AUSTRALIA’S COFFEE COFFEERS are being advised to be extra vigilant with their outdoor led lights after two people were found dead at a Coffey Park hotel on the Sunshine Coast.
Key points:Police have released CCTV footage of the deaths of two Coffey Beach residents, one of whom was found dead on SaturdayPolice are appealing for anyone who saw the deaths or anyone who may have seen anyone matching the description of the two Coffee Park residents to contact Crime Stoppers.
The Coffey Heights Hotel, which was popular with visitors and locals, was on the beach at the time of the first death, and a man and a woman were found in a pool.
They were taken to a nearby hospital, where one of them died, and the other was treated for a broken wrist and ankle, according to the Coffey Hotel’s website.
A third person, aged 21, who had been staying in a room, also died.
Police say the deaths were not suspicious.
“The Coffes were well known to the community and were well liked by the locals,” the Coffees Hotel’s Facebook page said.
“A number of people from Coffey have been visiting the Coffes over the years and had been involved in a number of local events, including the local annual picnic, the Coffeshoot festival and the Coffe’s BBQ.”
Police have appealed for anyone with information about the deaths to contact them.
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