Police have released footage of a blue Holden Commodore connected to a number of burglaries and an armed robbery in the state’s south-east this week.
A home in Pimpama was one of the properties targeted, where two men were seen getting away in the vehicle after stealing jewellery and antiques.
Two other properties, one in Belivah and one in Daisy Hill were also hit this week.
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Police believe two men were operating the vehicle, with stolen plates.
They released footage of the Daisy Hill robbery, in the tweet below.
Police have released vision of a vehicle, as part of an investigation into a number of burglaries and an armed robbery that occurred across the South Eastern Region over the past two days.https://t.co/aCc2EWADbo pic.twitter.com/W3bnOH7QgX
— Queensland Police (@QldPolice) May 24, 2019
Anyone who has seen the two men, or Holden Astra Hatchback with the Queensland registration 554 GHQ, is being urged to contact police immediately.
The break-down of the incidents:
Wednesday May 22 around midday, a contracted had his front and rear registration plates stolen at an educational facility in Bahrs Scrub.
Later that day, a 66-year-old man returned to his home on Lumeah Avenue in Pimpama to find a front window screen removed.
The two men then jumped out of the window and made a get away in the blue Commodore, which was parked on the streets, bearing the stolen plates.
An hour later (around 1.30pm) the men attended an address on Stubbin Street in Belivah, where they forced entry into a garage and smashed a window, though left empty handed.
The following day they broke into an unoccupied residence in Daisy Hill.
The owner returned home to find the men sitting in the same blue Commodore in his driveway.
He pulled into the driveway behind them, before one of the men got out of the Commodore and threatened the 83-year-old resident with a knife, demanding his car keys.
They fled in the white Holden Astra Hatchback with the Queensland registration 554 GHQ.
No injuries were reported in any of the incidents.
Investigations are underway.
You can also report information about crime anonymously to Crime Stoppers by calling 1800 333 000 or via crimestoppersqld.com.au 24 hours per day. Crime Stoppers is a registered charity and community volunteer organisation.