Police have charged two men after they allegedly held two others against their will at a home in Redbank Plains yesterday, Queensland Police say.
Around 5pm, a man contacted police to say that two men – one of them armed – were holding two people against their will at a home in Campbell Street.
Police attended the address and established a cordon.
Around 6.20pm, the two men surrendered themselves to police without incident.
They were both arrested and taken to the Ipswich Watch House.
Police located a rifle in a wheelie bin during a subsequent search of the home.
It will be alleged that the two men attended the home and threatened the occupants and demanded money and other property.
No one was physically injured.
A 20-year-old Bundamba man and a 22-year-old Augustine Heights man have been charged with two counts of deprivation of liberty, enter dwelling with intent and armed robbery.
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