New images revealed in relation to a violent burglary in Logan

Police have released images of a man they’d like to speak to in relation to a violent burglary that took place in Logan back in August.

A man allegedly punched and kicked two 38-year-old men in a house at Kingston on the 26th of August.

One of the men was even tied up with computer cables, while the intruder stole cash, alcohol and car keys.


It’s then believed that the burglar attempted to steal one of the victim’s cars, but was unable to start it and was then seen getting into a nearby blue Mazda 3 sedan instead.

The man is described as being Pacific Islander in appearance, with a large build and a plaited rat’s tail at the time.

Anyone who recognises the man pictured below is being urged to contact police.

PHOTO Supplied by QPS

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