The remains of a missing toddler have been found in dam, police say.
Three-year-old Kaydence Mills vanished in 2016.
Her mother Sinitta Dawita, 28, and her fiancé Tane Desatge, 40, have both been charged with murder as well as interfering with a corpse and torture.
Police began investigating Kaydence disappearance in Brisbane, Australia, last November, but little was know about what happened.
Now police have confirmed remains found in a weir around 300km west of Brisbane are that of Kaydence.
While last seen in 2016, police were only alerted to the case last year after members of her family expressed concern to a guidance counsellor at the local school in Chinchilla.
During their investigation, police also searched a house in the Chinchillaarea, where they excavated the backyard.
Cadaver dogs were used in the search, but no remains were not found
Kaydence was one of five siblings.
Family members described her as a “beautiful little girl” who walked with a limp.
A family member told the Daily Mercury: “There’s a little girl and she’s missing and we don’t know what’s happened to her.
“It needs to be brought out of the dark because it’s been hidden in the dark for too long.”
Dawita and Desatge remain in custody and are expected to appear at Dalby Magistrates Court later this month for a mention.