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Final selfie of girl, 18, taken hours before she was murdered by boyfriend

A teenager allegedly murdered by her ex-boyfriend posted a haunting final photo just hours before her death.

The body of 18-year-old Emily Nicole Thompson was found dumped in Nambour bushland in Queensland Australia at 3am on Sunday morning.

 girl, 18, taken hours before she was murdered by boyfriend

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Cops believe her ex Aaron Daniel Mitchelson Huckel, 19, was responsible for her murder.

She had arranged to meet Huckel at a Brisbane carpark at 4.30pm on Saturday after the pair had split, according to

But when the teen failed to return home, her distressed family alerted Queensland Police.

The suspect was arrested at a service station in Nambour, some 50 miles from where he reportedly met with Emily.

Her body was discovered just hours later under a mile away from the service station.

Police charged Huckel with murder and misconduct with a corpse after allegedly moving her body.

In the hours before her murder, Emily shared a haunting selfie on Facebook.

The teenager is also believed to have celebrated her 18th birthday just two weeks ago.

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Through a spokesperson, her heartbroken family paid tribute to their ‘smart and loving’ daughter.

Speaking on their behalf, Tracey Pelling said: “Emily was a smart, kind-hearted and loving girl.

“It was never about Emily, it was always about her family and friends.

“She had her whole life ahead of her. Her family is devastated and in shock trying to comprehend how their lives will be without their Emily.”

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Pelling added that Emily was a ‘much-loved daughter, sister, granddaughter, cousin, niece and friend’ who was ‘taken’ from her family under the ‘worst of circumstances’.

The Pine River High School student was described as an ‘enthusiastic, high achieving and friendly’ pupil who will be ‘greatly missed’ by her teachers.

On Monday, Huckel made no bail application and was not brought up into the court to face the magistrate.

Instead, the case was transferred to Pine River courthouse due to the location of the charges.

Huckel, from Kallangur in Moreton Bay, is charged with one count each of murder and misconduct with a corpse.

It is thought the pair had recently ended their relationship but police were not aware of any domestic violence orders in place at the time of the teen’s death.

Huckel will return to court on October 31 at Pine Rivers Magistrates Court

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