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Bikie link reported in Gold Coast deaths

AAP logoAAP 11/11/2016

A man with reported links to the Bandidos bikies and a woman have been found dead on the Gold Coast.

The bodies of the pair were discovered at a home in Southport on Friday afternoon. However, police said they were still uncertain of the circumstances leading to the deaths on Saturday.

The Gold Coast Bulletin reports the two were former Bandido Bronson Ellery, 24, and his ex-girlfriend Shelsea Schilling, 20.

Police have declined to confirm their identities, whether they were known to each other or if either were known to them.

Ms Schilling's mother, Bonnie Markwell Mobbs posted tributes to her daughter on Facebook on Saturday.

"Shelsea had so much life to give," she said.

"Cut short only turning 21 years old at the end of November."

Ms Markwell Mobbs also spoke angrily of Mr Ellery.

"Bastard had no life took his and my baby girl. Rott in hell Bronson. Let my angle be safe," she said.

Earlier in the week she had pleaded with people to help find her daughter who had been missing since Wednesday.

"This is not like her character. She always rings and we talk everyday," she said.

"For her not to call back is so unusual."

Mr Ellery had an extensive criminal history and was in court last year over bullying a man into withdrawing a complaint to police, the Bulletin said.

He was released on parole after pleading guilty to attempting to pervert the course of justice.

His full facial tattoos also earned him the police nickname, Lizard Man, according to the newspaper.

Mr Ellery was also trying to launch a music career, releasing death metal songs under the name Solitary Son.

His Youtube channel also included videos of him adding to his ink.

Police are likely to remain at the scene for a number of days.

No weapons or suicide note have been found, Detective Senior Sergeant Matthew Ward said on Saturday.

The investigation is still in the initial stages but there is no information to suggest it was a murder-suicide, he added.

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