Friends mourn Queensland woman who was shot and killed: 'Beautiful soul'

·News Reporter
·2-min read

Friends and family are mourning the death of a 25-year-old Queensland woman who was shot and killed during an incident at a home in Dicky Beach on Friday.

The woman, widely reported to be Feebie McIntosh, was shot in the head and later died from her wounds at Caloundra Base Hospital, Queensland Police said.

A 30-year-old man who was pulled over and arrested on Friday afternoon has since been charged with murder, according to police.

Feebie McIntosh, who died from a gunshot wound to the head.
The 25-year-old died from a gunshot wound to the head. Source: Facebook

"The man and woman were known to each other however preliminary investigations suggest this is not a domestic-related incident," a statement from police said on Friday.

"Both were visiting the Coolum Street address and friends of the home owner, a woman, who has now spoken with investigators."

Detectives are also questioning a 58-year-old man, who's not under arrest, who dropped the woman off at the hospital.

Police say he was known to her, but the nature of their relationship wasn't revealed.

Detectives have urged anyone with information about the shooting to contact them.

Tributes flow for 'beautiful girl'

Ms McIntosh is being remembered by friends as a "beautiful girl" who was "taken too soon".

"You didn’t deserve this, the most bubbly, beautiful and caring friend. I’ll forever treasure all of the memories and mischief we got up to in school," one person wrote on her Facebook profile.

"Rip beautiful girl, will forever remember you by your amazing humour and beautiful soul," another said.

"Known you for near 10 years been through hell and back but we always kept in touch and made sure we always knew we could ask each other for help, I'm so sorry this is how it ends for you feebs RIP," a third wrote.

With AAP

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