Police investigating a former New Zealand farmer charged with the murder of his baby boy have seized the family's laptop, phone, camera and iPads, media reports say.
The 38-year-old man, who is accused of drowning his son after he plunged off a pedestrian bridge into a river with the six-month-old in his arms on Saturday night, has been remanded in custody after a brief court appearance.
Water police found the baby's body on Sunday morning on the banks of the Logan River near Beenleigh, south of Brisbane.
The child's mother, who also had four daughters with the accused, tweeted that police had seized the electronic equipment last night after writing a melancholy message about the moon and her broken heart, the Brisbane Times reported.
The man, who lived in Eagleby, is expected to reappear in the Beenleigh Magistrates Court on July 16 via video link.