Sunshine Coast detectives are seeking urgent public assistance to help locate two young children who were removed from a home at Beerwah yesterday following an alleged violent confrontation with the occupants of the residence, Queensland Police say.
It is understood four to six people- at least two women and two men- attended a Greber Road home around 9.30am yesterday, Tuesday November 21.
Police will allege the two adult occupants of the house- a 31-year-old man and a 35-year-old woman- were threatened by the group before the woman was struck on the head with a metal pole, sustaining a laceration to her head that required hospital treatment.
Two children- a three-year-old girl and her one-year-old brother- were removed from the house, with the group then leaving with the children.
The identities of those involved are known to police however officers have been unable to locate them to check on the safety and welfare of the children.
It is possible the children have been taken to the Toowoomba area.
It is believed those involved are travelling in two vehicles:
- Black Holden Astra sedan with NSW registration BPS 38Q
- 2009 red Holden Commodore sedan with Queensland Registration 484 VNN
Both missing children, the three-year-old girl and the one-year-old boy, are described as Aboriginal with slim builds, brown hair and brown eyes.
One of the women allegedly involved is described as a 30-year-old Aboriginal woman, approximately 159cms tall with a slim build, brown hair and brown eyes.
One of the women allegedly involved is described as a 49-year-old Aboriginal woman, approximately 150cms tall with a solid build, dark brown hair and brown eyes.
One of the men allegedly involved is described as a 17-year-old Aboriginal man, approximately 155cms tall with a slim build, short black hair and brown eyes.
Police are urging anyone with information in relation to the current whereabouts of the children to contact Policelink 131 444.
All involved are known to each other.
If you have information for police, contact Policelink on 131 444 or provide information using the online form 24hrs per day.
You can report information about crime anonymously to Crime Stoppers.