Police seem to believe that a series of violent acts that occurred in Brisbane on Sunday night were somehow linked with each other.
Two men are still being hunted for creating chaos across the city at 8:20 pm onwards. One of them went to a woman and kicked and robbed her. Both men were found walking into the North Lakes tavern. The pair stole the jewelry and mobile phone from the woman when they couldn’t gather cash from her.
They kicked the woman and ran while snatching the handbag of another woman on their way. The third report was received from two 16-year-old girls who were waiting at a bus stop when the two alleged guilty men ran past them. Reportedly, one of them struck a girl on her face and then stole her mobile phone. Both girls were not seriously injured, though.
Next incident in the series was the breaking of a supermarket and pizza outlet between 9pm and 9:15 pm. They entered the supermarket located at Murrumba Downs’ Goodfellows through a glass door. They searched the cash drawers before leaving the place but they did not get anything. The men entered the Kallangur’s Old Gympie Road’s pizza outlet through a smashed glass door. They stole food and drinks from the outlet.
In all the Brisbane locations involved in the series of incidences, a red Honda CR-V 1998 model having Queensland registration plates 824WHJ was seen. The car was reportedly a stolen one. The law enforcement officers believe that the two men used the car and implemented their robbing plans. It was believed that they were accompanied by a third person who had been driving the car for them.
According to News.com.au, the police feel that the Brisbane events were linked with each other and the same people were allegedly guilty of the robbery and violence. They have released the images of both men and have started the manhunt.