Georgia Lyall, 32, killed in suspected murder suicide in Western Australia

A mother has been identified as the victim of a suspected murder suicide, with the body of her ex partner found shortly after.

A beloved mother has been identified as the victim of a suspected murder suicide in Western Australia.

At about 10.40am on Thursday, the body of 32-year-old Georgia Lyall was discovered in a home in South Guildford after police received concerns about her welfare.

Ms Lyall was found dead at her home in South Guildford at about 10.40am. Picture: Facebook

Police made the discovery after receiving concerns for her welfare. Picture: Facebook

Shortly after the discovery, emergency services were called to a unit fire in Innaloo, about 22 km from South Guildford where a man’s body was found- believed to be that of Ms Lyall’s ex partner Luke Noormets.

Mr Noormets, 33, is also believed to be linked to the Rebels bikie group, and had been jailed for several years before the incident for crimes including torture and waterboarding.

Less than an hour later, the body of her former partner was discovered. Picture: Facebook

In Ms Lyall’s social media, she described herself as a “mama.”

Police said detectives had established that the deaths were linked, and the two were known to each other.

“There are no concerns for the safety of the wider community,” a police spokesperson said.

Investigations into the circumstances of both incidents are ongoing.

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