When the police come to the door, they say they’ll call the owner of the house

Posted July 26, 2018 07:00:40 The police say they will call the owners of the houses where a man who is suspected of raping a woman and throwing her off the roof has been living, according to an arrest warrant released on Wednesday.

The warrant was released as the case against Mr Andrew Loo and his brother was due to be heard by Magistrate Judge Richard Young in Brisbane’s Central Local Court on July 23.

Magistrate Young will decide whether the warrants can be enforced.

“The police have provided an outstanding warrant for the arrest of Mr Loo for the sexual assault of a female and the subsequent death of the victim,” police said in a statement.

They allege he sexually assaulted the woman and then assaulted the victim with a kitchen knife and dumped her body on the roof.

Mr Loo has been charged with two counts of aggravated rape and one count of aggravated murder.

He is due to appear in Brisbane Magistrates Court on Thursday.

A woman who answered the door at the Loo family home on the south coast said she believed she was dealing with a “very unusual situation”.

“He’s been there for quite some time and he’s been doing the house things,” the woman said.

She said she had seen the warrant and was worried it was for a reason.

However, she could not provide any details of what that reason might be.

Anyone with information should contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

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