Police release comfit of woman wanted over violent home invasion

POLICE have released a comfit of a woman they wish to speak with after a violent weekend home invasion in southeast Queensland where a woman was tied up.

It’s alleged two women with “bad teeth” invaded a unit at East Toowoomba around 9am Saturday morning where they threatened a female occupant.

Police said the duo knocked on the door of the Bruce Street address and waited for the 29-year-old woman inside to open the door before storming through.


The women then allegedly tied the occupant up with gaffer tape while they ransacked her home, stealing a stash of cash.

Both women then fled the scene and are described as being possibly in their 20s, about 160cm and with “bad teeth”.

The first woman was wearing a black hooded-jumper with white writing, black jeans, black socks and thongs and pink sunglasses.

The second was also described as having a heavy build and wearing a light navy hooded-jumper with green, yellow and red pyjama pants and dark sunglasses. She was also carrying a blue bag.

Police believe that the two women fled through Queen’s Park moments after the incident and are appealing for anyone in the Queen’s Park area who may have witnessed the pair or any suspicious behaviour to contact them.

Anyone with information which could assist in this investigation is urged to contact Toowoomba Criminal Investigation Branch or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.