Police are asking the public to come forward with sightings of a black Commodore following a shooting at Lowmead.
Police are asking the public to come forward with sightings of a black Commodore following a shooting at Lowmead.

Call for sightings of dark car to be reported after shooting

FOLLOWING investigations into a July 22 shooting at Lowmead, police are urging the public to report any sightings of a black 2000 VX Holden Commodore sedan with NSW registration AUN82C. 

A man sustained a non-life threatening gunshot wound at a house in Toweran Park around 10pm on Monday, July 22.

A man and woman who may be able to assist investigators are believed to be driving a black commodore with black and white coloured NSW number plates.

This is one of two images police have released of two people they're searching for in relation to a shooting incident at Lowmead, between Gladstone and Bundaberg. The couple have links to Rockhampton, Gympie, Ipswich and Brisbane, and are believed to be in south-east Queensland.
This is one of two images police have released of two people they're searching for in relation to a shooting incident at Lowmead, between Gladstone and Bundaberg. The couple have links to Rockhampton, Gympie, Ipswich and Brisbane, and are believed to be in south-east Queensland. Contributed
This is one of two images police have released of the two people they're searching for in relation to a shooting incident at Lowmead, between Gladstone and Bundaberg. The couple have links to Rockhampton, Gympie, Ipswich and Brisbane, and are believed to be in south-east Queensland.
This is one of two images police have released of the two people they're searching for in relation to a shooting incident at Lowmead, between Gladstone and Bundaberg. The couple have links to Rockhampton, Gympie, Ipswich and Brisbane, and are believed to be in south-east Queensland. Contributed

The man is described as being of Aboriginal appearance, aged 20-30 years, of skinny build with scruffy, shoulder length hair.

He was wearing black pants and a red shirt.

The woman is described as being of Aboriginal appearance, aged in her 20s, with curly black hair.

She was wearing black pants and a white jacket.

The exact whereabouts of the two is not known however they are believed to have links in Toowoomba, Ipswich, Brisbane, Gympie and Rockhampton.

Police are urging anyone who spots the man and woman, not to approach them but to immediately contact Crimestoppers on 1800 333 000.



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