Chilling CCTV footage shows a two-year-old girl being carried by an adult in a sling carrier just hours before her ‘suspicious’ death.

The child of Jessica and Adam Hanbury, who has not been named, died on December 29 after being taken to hospital in Mackay, .

Her death is being treated as ‘suspicious’ with police setting up an incident centre to treat the case as a ‘serious investigation’ of the ‘highest priority’.

Newly released footage shows the child being carried on a harness with a woman and several other young children in the United Chemist in Oak St, Andergrove in Mackay between 3.50pm and 4pm – just hours before she was declared dead. If you loved this write-up and you would certainly such as to get even more information pertaining to evDen Eve NAkLiYAT kindly go to our own web site.  

Chilling CCTV footage shows a two-year-old girl being carried by an adult in a sling carrier just hours before her ‘suspicious’ death.Seen right on woman’s back

The child of Jessica and Adam Hanbury, who has not been named, eVden eVe nAkliYat died on December 29 after being taken to hospital in Mackay, Queensland.The couple are pictured

Detectives are hoping to speak to people in the footage, Evden evE naKliYat as well as any who visited  Coles Supermarket on the same street between 4pm and 5.30pm that afternoon.  

The faces of the Hanbury family have been blurred in the footage, police said. 

The two-year-old had four older siblings. 

The family of seven had moved to Mackay, 970km north of , in early 2020 and settled in the town’s north.

Queensland Police Detective Acting Inspector Chris Eaton has previously said the little girl was unwell in the days prior to her death. 

Police have not confirmed if she was sick or EVdeN Eve NaKLiyAT injured.

 Her death is being treated as ‘suspicious’ with police setting up an incident centre to treat the case as a ‘serious investigation’ of the ‘highest priority’.The child is seen right

Police are looking to speak to anyone who may have seen the two-year-old at the Chemist or Coles supermarket

The little girl was being carried by an adult who was accompanied by several other children – who have been blurred in the footage

A family friend said Mr Hanbury was at work when he received news of his daughter’s hospitalisation.

‘He didn’t have a car so he borrowed mine and rushed to the hospital where his wife was,’ he told the .

‘I drove them home at 3am.’

Detectives from Mackay Child Protection and Investigation Unit with the assistance of the Child Trauma Unit, Crime and Intelligence Command are investigating the sudden death of the girl.

Detectives from Mackay Child Protection and Investigation Unit with the assistance of the Child Trauma Unit, Crime and Intelligence Command are investigating the sudden death of the girl and are hoping those shopping can help 

Detectives are hoping to speak to people in the footage, as well as any who were at the Coles Supermarket on the same street between 4pm and 5.30pm that afternoon


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