Police search chef's home
The house where Brisbane chef Peter Milos was found dead could remain a crime scene for a week as police search for clues to finding his killer.PT0M26S http://www.canberratimes.com.au/action/externalEmbeddedPlayer?id=d-37zpm 620 349 May 9, 2014
Police are about to start searching the backyard of a Brisbane home where a murdered chef's body was found.
A woman found the body of 26-year-old Peter Milos at his Morningside home on Tuesday afternoon. She was also one of the last people to see Mr Milos alive.
They had spent some time together on Sunday morning before he left the woman's house, headed for an unknown location.
Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay with Peter Milos. Photo: Mariosarti.com.au
Police are still trying to pin down his final movements.
Mr Milos was a former co-owner with his brother of the upmarket Mariosarti restaurant in Toowong. His body was found in a room within a garage under the Key St house where he lived.
Police will begin searching the backyard and surrounds of the property at 10.30am.