One of two men extradited from NSW over the Queensland shooting death of a 48-year-old man has been charged with murder.
The second man is being flown to Brisbane on Tuesday.
Michael Menzel was allegedly gunned down in his home at Gleneagle, south west of Brisbane, when disguised men broke into his home last week.
The shooting sparked an interstate man hunt which resulted in the arrest of two men aged in their 20s in NSW over the weekend.
Matthew David Taylor, 28, did not appear when his murder charge was mentioned in the Brisbane Magistrates Court on Tuesday. He was remanded in custody until November 25.
Taylor was arrested by NSW police at Port Macquarie on Sunday, and charged with murder following his extradition to Queensland on Tuesday.
Officers also arrested a 29-year-old man in the central NSW town of Forbes on Friday.
He is expected to arrive in Brisbane later on Tuesday after a successful extradition application from detectives in a Dubbo court on Monday.
Menzel's teenage daughter witnessed the alleged shooting but she was not hurt.
A 40-year-old occupant allegedly hit on the head with a hammer was treated at the scene by paramedics.
Investigations into the shooting continue.
Australian Associated Press