A 24-year-old Caboolture man had been charged over a double-shooting murder north of Brisbane the other day.

Cops came to a system facility on Lower King Road in Caboolture at 5:15 pm after reports of several gunshots.

Police officers located two guys, a 23-year-old as well as a 37-year-old, struggling with gunshot wounds.

Investigative Superintendent Ben Fabian said police were still attempting to exercise a motive for the capturing.

“It shows up the three guys are recognized to every other … this was not an arbitrary incident, and the area must not feel concerned concerning their very own safety and security as a result of this,” he stated.

Witnesses informed the ABC they saw paramedics functioning to restore one of both men on the driveway.

Both men were pronounced dead at the scene.

Superintendent Fabian stated the location had been sealed off while the forensic evaluation of the scene continued, and also some individuals had been asked to abandon their houses.

“Holiday accommodation’s been arranged for them [and] as quickly as assessment of the scene is completed, they’ll be able to go back to their homes,” he stated.

Witnesses informed cops the man allegedly took off the scene in a Toyota Yaris.

About two hrs later on, the 24-year-old Caboolture man was arrested at a filling station on Beenleigh Redland Bay Road at Cornubia.

Adam Bird, 24, was charged with two counts of murder, possession of a shortened weapon, unlawful property of the classification of a firearm A, B or M, as well as authority called for to possess explosives.

Police are likewise appealing for anyone in the shooting location, between 4:30 pm and 5:30 pm yesterday, to find onward.

“Especially anybody who has dashcam video to please get in touch with us … at Criminal offence Stoppers on 1800 333 000 and also we can review that video with them if they can give it to us,” Superintendent Fabian claimed.

The man is because of show up in Caboolture Magistrates Court tomorrow.

Investigative confiscated the Toyota Yaris for forensic assessment.

Examinations are proceeding.