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New crime scene set up over Brisbane death

Detectives have set up a secondary crime scene across the road from the south Brisbane home where mother-of-two Danielle Miller's body was found.

Ms Miller, 44, was found dead in her home on Chatsworth Road in Greenslopes on Saturday night.

There are no suspects and SES volunteers scoured the street on Monday in the hope of finding a clue that could help solve Ms Miller's mysterious death.

The searches may have provided the breakthrough police needed after investigators appeared to find something of interest in a large skip bin at a construction site across the road from Ms Millers house.

Detectives could be seen taking photographs inside the bin and carrying an item away in a bag.

A police spokeswoman confirmed to AAP the construction site had since been deemed a secondary crime scene.

She said detectives would likely be able to provide more information on Tuesday.

Police could not confirm whether they were looking for a murder weapon.

A post-mortem was conducted on Sunday, but police said they had no plans to reveal the results to explain how Ms Miller died.

There are reports that Ms Miller's body showed signs of strangulation, but police could not confirm that either.

Witnesses have told detectives they could hear an argument at Ms Miller's house on Thursday night.

Investigators are calling on people who might have noticed anything unusual on Chatsworth Road over the weekend to come forward.

"Witnesses are being interviewed (and) we are receiving information to the effect that a male was seen in the vicinity in the early hours of Friday morning," Detective Acting Inspector Tony Geary told reporters on Sunday.

Officers have also been seeking CCTV footage from the area, including a nearby shopping centre.

Ms Miller's estranged husband, who has custody of their two children, spoke at length with detectives on Sunday. He is not considered a suspect.

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