Woman shot dead on the Gold Coast

UPDATE @12.00PM | It’s understood a former boyfriend of the woman shot dead on the Gold Coast last night is in custody.

27-year-old Ivona Janovich was allegedly shot in the abdomen at a home in Highland Park last night, leaving her in a critical condition.

She was rushed to the Gold Coast University Hospital, though sadly could not be saved.


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Police have confirmed that a man is assisting with inquiries this morning.

It’s since been reported that the man is a former boyfriend of Ms Janovich.

It’s also been revealed that the weapon used in the attack was allegedly a handgun.

Charges are yet to be laid, and investigations are continuing.

EARLIER @7.30AM | Police have confirmed a man is assisting officers with inquiries after a woman was shot dead on the Gold Coast.

A homicide investigation was commenced overnight, after the shooting at 8.30pm last night.

Emergency services rushed to the home on Renfew Drive in Highland Park, where the 27-year-old woman had sustained a gun shot wound.

The Labrador woman was rushed to hospital, though despite desperate attempts, she could not be saved.

Police are still calling on anyone with information or footage from around the area to come forward.

Charges are yet to be laid, and investigations are continuing.

EARLIER @4.00AM | A MAJOR homicide investigation is underway after a woman was shot dead on the Gold Coast.

Police were called to a home on Renfew Drive, Highland Park, around 8.30pm on Sunday night following reports of a woman with a gun shot wound.

The 27-year-old, from Labrador, was rushed to the Gold Coast University.

Despite the efforts of paramedics and doctors, she died in hospital a short time later.

Police are appealing for anyone who saw anything suspicious on Renfrew Drive and Kincaid Drive or who has CCTV or dash-cam vision from the area to contact investigators.

If you have information for Police, please contact Policelink on 131 444 or provide information using their online form 24 hours per day.

You can also report information about crime anonymously to Crime Stoppers by calling 1800 333 000 or via crimestoppersqld.com.au 24 hours per day. Crime Stoppers is a registered charity and community volunteer organisation.

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