A memorial for murdered mother-of-three, Allison Bayden-Clay, has been vandalised.
A metal plaque engraved with the mother's name and a tribute to her, usually attached to a sandstone structure, has been found on the ground after allegedly being forcibly removed.
The memorial lays on Mount Crosby Road in Anstead, Brisbane, near where the 43-year-old's body was found in 2012.
It is a site her family frequently visit, and is always adorned with yellow flowers, Allison's favourite colour.
The parents of Allison, Geoff and Priscilla Dickie, have complained to local police about the damage.
Allison's husband, Gerard Baden-Clay, was convicted of her murder and sentenced to life behind bars in 2014.
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk, who did ballet with Ms Baden-Clay as a young girl, issued a statement condemning the damage.
'It's awful to think that someone would damage the memorial in this way. It is a constant reminder to everyone who knew Allison about how she touched their lives.
The plaque is set to be replaced.