Pair charged with murder of Jai Gray after remains found at Glass House Mountains quarry


Two men have been charged with murder after the remains of a missing man were found at an abandoned quarry north of Brisbane on Tuesday.

The victim, 25-year-old Jai Gray from Morayfield, was reported missing on Tuesday, June 4, and had not been seen for a week before that.

Jai Gray was also known as Malakhi Gray and Malakhi Davidson.

Jai Gray was also known as Malakhi Gray and Malakhi Davidson.

Family of the man – who they named as Jai Gray, and who also went by the names Malakhi Gray and Malahki Davidson – had sought public help with search efforts until Monday’s discovery at an abandoned quarry near Mount Ngungun in the Glass House Mountains.

Police say two men from Caboolture, aged 19 and 22, lured him to a Glass House Mountains property where they stabbed him.

The two Caboolture men are due to appear in court today, charged with murder and interfering with a corpse.

Police say a third man was also taken into custody but has been released without charge.

The investigation is continuing, and police said they would speak to media at 11:30am on Tuesday.

The victim’s family posted on Instagram on Monday afternoon with a statement asking for privacy.

“We want to extend our heartfelt thanks to everyone who shared, helped search, and supported our family over the past 14 days during Jai/Malahki’s disappearance,” they said.



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