Break and enters
Police are investigating the link between a series of break and enter offences overnight where restaurants have been targeted across Metropolitan South Region.
Between 11.20pm and 12.50am restaurants at Old Cleveland Road, Carindale, Toohey Road Salisbury and Colburn Avenue, Victoria Point were broken into.
A group of men used sledge hammers to smash glass panels to gain entry to the restaurants and cash was stolen.
The men were seen to be driving a small red hatchback, possibly a Suzuki Swift.
Armed robberies, Metro South
Police are investigating the overnight armed robberies of a food outlet at Wishart and an ice creamery at Camp Hill.
Around 9pm a woman entered the Newnham Road food outlet and threatened the female attendant with what appeared to be a blood-filled syringe. The woman fled on foot with a sum of cash.
Around 9.30pm a woman entered the Boundary Road ice creamery and threatened two female attendants with what appeared to be a blood-filled syringe. The woman fled of foot with a sum of cash across Boundary Road towards Whites Hill.
No one was injured during the robberies.
The woman in both incidents is described as Caucasian in appearance, aged in her late 20s, 165cms tall, with a slim build, fair complexion and blonde hair.
During the first incident the woman was wearing a blue or grey cap, a pink t-shirt with a black design on the front, short denim shorts with the cuffs rolled up and sandals.
In the second incident the woman was wearing a yellow cap, a grey hooded jumper and black long pants.
Anyone with information which could assist police with their investigations should contact Crime Stoppers anonymously via 1800 333 000 or crimestoppers.com.au 24hrs a day.
Source: Queensland Police Service.