Queensland parents Ryan Bosch and Noemi Kondacs face Brisbane court, charged with murder, torture of baby boy

A man and woman charged with the murder and torture of their seven-month-old baby boy have appeared in a Queensland court on Friday via video link.

On Thursday, Reinhardt (Ryan) Albert Bosch, 33, and Noemi Kondacs, 22, were charged with one count each of murder and torture after police found the baby boy, Rhuan Immanuel Bosch, dead at a residence at Yugar, north-west of Brisbane on Thursday morning.

Mr Bosch has also been charged with assaults occasioning bodily harm while armed. 

Police were called to a home on Mount Samson Road at 6:45am, where they found the child and declared a crime scene.

The pair appeared in the Brisbane Magistrates Court today via video link and their matter was adjourned to December.

Police outside a home at Yugar.
Police declared a crime scene at the property at Yugar north west of Brisbane.(ABC News: Jemima Burt)

Queensland police Commissioner Katarina Carroll told ABC Radio Brisbane it was a “terrible scene”.

“Getting a brief from my officers, it was just the most horrendous and confronting scene that you could ever face as a police officer,” she said.

“Truly sad that the most vulnerable in the community aren’t better protected, it was a terrible scene.”

She said the pair were the parents of the child.

Police said neither the pair nor the address were known to police — and that they lived together in the home.

Police said initial investigations indicated the child did not have any underlying health issues.

A tall fence in front of a house
Police attended the house on Mount Samson Road yesterday morning.(ABC News: Lucas Hill)