A teenage boy has been charged over the alleged murder of a Queensland mum.
Lisa Hund, 36, was allegedly stabbed to death inside her family home at Kenock road in Bundaberg, Central Queensland.
Police say her body was discovered at about 9am on Friday morning by her own mother, who had arrived to take her on a shopping trip.
Police set up a crime scene after the body of Lisa Hund, 36, was allegedly found stabbed to death inside her home (pictured, police at the scene)
Queensland Police confirmed on Saturday night they had arrested and charged a 16-year-old boy with murder. He will face Bundaberg Children’s Court (pictured) on Monday
Police allegedly found the weapon inside the house near her body.
Queensland Police confirmed on Saturday night they had arrested and charged a 16-year-old boy with murder.
He will face Bundaberg Children’s Court on Monday.
Ms Hund’s close friend Jason Martin paid tribute to the ‘amazing person.’
‘Another good person taken away too soon rest in peace Lisa,’ he wrote.
Police have urged people who spotted anything suspicious in the area on Friday morning or have dashcam footage to contact Crime Stoppers.
Police have urged people with dashcam footage from Kepnock Road (pictured) on Friday morning to contact Crime Stoppers