Fatal Stabbing at Abandoned Quarry Rocks Southeast Queensland Community

Caboolture, Queensland – Two individuals are facing charges of murder after a tragic incident involving the fatal stabbing of a man in southeast Queensland. Dominic Alaeddin, 19, and Jordan MacDonald, 22, have been accused of the attack on Jai Gray, whose body was found at an abandoned quarry in the vicinity of Brisbane earlier this week.

Reports suggest that Alaeddin and MacDonald allegedly convinced Mr. Gray to visit a property in Glass House Mountains where he was then brutally assaulted. The victim, a 25-year-old who had been missing for over a week, was discovered at the quarry near Mount Ngungun on Tuesday. Detective Inspector David Harbison described the incident as a “callous, brutal, unprovoked attack” on a young man who reportedly did not pose any threats to others.

Acknowledging that the three individuals were familiar with each other, authorities emphasized Mr. Gray’s kind-hearted nature. “This event has deeply impacted the entire community,” remarked Det Insp Harbison. “He was a beloved member of our community…it’s a tragedy that defies reason.”

In addition to murder charges, Alaeddin and MacDonald have been accused of interfering with a corpse. Their case was brought before the Caboolture Magistrates Court on Wednesday, with proceedings adjourned until Thursday. Authorities, along with the victim’s family, continue to grapple with the senseless nature of the violent act.