Police believe this man, wanted for questioning over a shooting in Central Queensland, was in Toowoomba at the weekend.
Police believe this man, wanted for questioning over a shooting in Central Queensland, was in Toowoomba at the weekend. Contributed

Detectives believe wanted couple were in Toowoomba

DETECTIVES hunting a man and woman wanted over a Central Queensland shooting believe the two were in Toowoomba at the weekend.

Gladstone Criminal Investigation Branch officer-in-charge Luke Peachey said the couple may have been responsible for some burglary offences in the city.

"We definitely know they have been in Toowoomba," Detective Senior Sergeant Peachey said.

Police believe this woman, wanted for questioning over a shooting in Central Queensland, was in Toowoomba at the weekend.
Police believe this woman, wanted for questioning over a shooting in Central Queensland, was in Toowoomba at the weekend. Photo Contributed

"Someone will know whereabouts they have stayed."

The man, aged in his 20s and the woman, also aged in her 20s, are wanted for questioning over a shooting at Lowmead, between Bundaberg and Gladstone, on July 22.

A man sustained a non-life threatening gunshot wound at a house in Toweran Park about 10pm.

Det. Sgt Peachey said police were not sure if the two were still driving a black 2000 VX Holden Commodore sedan with New South Wales registration AUN82C.

The car has yet to be recovered by police.

He said detectives also believed the couple were also linked to property offences in Warwick, Goodna and Ipswich.

"We are not sure of their exact location."

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



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