Detectives investigating a string of property offences across Brisbane have released an image of a woman who may be able to assist them with their investigations, Queensland Police say.
Police believe the woman may be able to assist with investigations into 17 burglary and property offences, which have occurred in the Mount Gravatt, Yerronga, Fairfield, South Brisbane and Ipswich areas since June of this year, as well as an evade police incident from overnight.
Around 11.10pm last night (September 2) police attempted to intercept a stolen vehicle parked in The Portside Wharf shopping area at Hamilton.
As officers approached the vehicle it drove off with the car colliding with the front end of a marked police vehicle causing minor damage.
Police followed the stolen car and attempted to intercept it however the female driver and sole occupant of the vehicle failed to stop.
The woman is described as of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander in appearance, aged in her 30s, approximately 160cms, with collar length brown hair, brown eyes and a proportionate build.
The woman was driving a grey 2013 Honda Accord sedan with Queensland registration 970 TSI (these number plates are also stolen). The vehicle had been stolen from Red Hill and August 28.
Anyone who may have any information in relation to the woman, the movements of the vehicle last night at Hamilton or the current whereabouts of the vehicle are urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
Anyone with information which could assist with this matter should contact Crime Stoppers anonymously.