Read boyfriend’s heartbreaking proposal to young woman, 25, just days before she was shot in the head and dropped off dying outside a hospital – as shocked friends share their disbelief over her death
- Loved ones have shared tributes to a young woman who died on Friday morning
- Feebie McIntosh, 25, was rushed to Caloundra Base Hospital at about 9.30am
- She died shortly after arriving with an apparent gunshot wound to her head
- QLD Police arrested a 30-year-old man at 3.30pm after intercepting his vehicle
Heartbroken friends and family have shared tearjerking tributes to the tragic woman who died from an apparent shot to the head after she was dropped off at a hospital.
Feebie McIntosh, 25, was rushed to Caloundra Base Hospital at about 9.30am on Friday after suffering the alleged gunshot wound to the head.
She died shortly after arriving at the hospital.
The tragic death comes just three weeks after Ms McIntosh shared her partner Mitch White’s touching proposal online.
Friends and family have flooded social media with tributes to Feebie McIntosh (above), 25, after she died with an apparent gunshot wound to her head
She posted a photo of the heartfelt letter Mr White, 31, wrote to her alongside a word search puzzle which spelled out the question ‘Feebie will you marry me?’
‘You’re the most sweetest man ever and the best part is, you’re all mine!,’ Ms McIntosh captioned the post.
Detectives believe there was a disturbance at a home on Coolum Street in Dicky Beach at about 9am on Friday where Ms McIntosh was allegedly shot in the head.
Ms McIntosh was believed to have been visiting a woman friend who lives at the Coolum Street home at the time of the incident.
She was then driven to hospital by a 58-year-old man who police say was known to her and is voluntarily assisting their investigation.
Feebie McIntosh (above) was dropped off at Caloundra Base Hospital at about 9.30am on Friday by a 58-year-old man known to her who is now voluntarily assisting police inquiries
Devastated loved ones have shared tributes to the Currimundi girl who was ‘taken way too young’.
’20 years of memories, good times and constant laughter,’ one friend shared.
‘Your laughter and smile would light a room up. I have so much to say and I don’t know how to put it all in words.
‘I’m so beyond guttered that you grew wings early. I still remember sitting in class in Year One when we became friends.
Feebie McIntosh’s (right) death comes just three weeks after she shared her engagement to partner Mitch White (left) on Facebook
‘Dancing in the rain after school on our way home. Talking about our crushes and planning our weekends.
‘You were one friend that always put a smile on my face. I’m going to miss you so much, this is so painful to write. Fly high babe, this isn’t goodbye. But until next time.
‘Love you always Feebs.’
‘I can’t believe you’re gone, you had such a good soul,’ another person wrote.
In a touching post Feebie McIntosh shared the heartfelt letter (above) and puzzle in which her partner Mitch White proposed to her
‘Whenever I needed someone you would be there, you helped me through some of my hardest times.
‘I’m blessed to have had such a good friend and hold so many happy memories. You will be missed by many. Rest easy.’
‘Rest In Peace Feebie, my heart broke to hear this news,’ another said.
‘You did not deserve this. I am so sorry. Absolutely devastated and shocked.’
Feebie McIntosh was rushed to Caloundra Base Hospital at about 9.30am on Friday with a gunshot wound but died a short time later
‘Feebie I’m so lost for words and nothing can explain the pain I am feeling,’ another wrote.
‘Your a beautiful girl taken way too young, I’ll forever hold the memories we have together over the last 15 years I’ve known you.
‘May you rest in peace, you will never be forgotten.’
Police arrested a 30-year-old Narangba man at 3.30pm on Friday after intercepting his vehicle on Fitzwilliam Street at Sippy Downs, some 22km from the Dicky Beach home.
Police have arrested a 30-year-old man and established a crime scene at a Coolum Street home (above)
Police said he was arrested without incident and is currently assisting their inquiries. An autopsy on Ms McIntosh’s body will be carried out as part of the investigation.
Police have urged anyone with information to contact Crime Stoppers.