Forensic Crash Unit investigators are hoping CCTV footage will help track down a truck they believe was involved in a fatal hit and run in Logan Village last Friday.
The crash happened around 8.00pm, near Albert Street and Anzac Avenue.
“An unidentified truck has entered onto Waterford-Tamborine Road from Easterly Street at Waterford and has continued south along Waterford-Tamborine Road towards the incident location at Logan Village,” Qld Police said in a statement.
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“Investigations have established that a 22-year-old male motorcyclist was travelling in a northerly direction on Waterford-Tamborine Road when the collision occurred as the truck turned right from Albert Street at Logan Village, and into Anzac Avenue.
“The motorcycle collided with the left rear section of the truck.”
The rider, a 22-year-old man from Cedar Grove, died at the scene.
Police said the truck failed to stop after the accident and was last seen travelling west on Anzac Avenue towards Chambers Flat.
Detectives have since released footage of the truck, which was captured at a service station on Albert Street and a dash camera.
“The left rear tail light assembly located at the scene appears to belong to the truck and has been broken from its mounting as a result of the crash,” Senior Constable Campbell said.
Police believe the vehicle involved may have been a truck with a white cab and are urging the driver to come forward.