Police are releasing images of a car they are seeking in connection to the armed robbery of a convenience store at Edens Landing in November last year.
The car is a black Mitsubishi Mirage and had attached stolen Queensland registration plates 552 WPS.
This vehicle which has a distinctive sun damaged roof is believed to have been seen in the Woodridge, Kingston, Inala and Acacia Ridge suburbs.
Police believe locating this vehicle will assist in their investigation into an armed robbery incident where two men, one armed with a wrench and the other with a firearm, entered a Castile Crescent convenience store around 8am on November 19.
The men threatened the 17-year-old male employee, handed him a bag and demanded he fill it with cash and cigarettes. The attendant complied.
Meanwhile, the 32-year-old manager overheard the robbery from the back area of the store, armed himself with a mop and rushed at the two men.
The man armed with the firearm struck the manager in the upper arm with his weapon, before the two men fled with a quantity of cash.
The men were last seen getting into a dark-coloured vehicle parked nearby on Pendlebury Court, before driving towards Logan River Road.
The manager sustained mild bruising to his upper arm. No one else was injured during the robbery.