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Police detectives have released additional details of events leading to the alleged murder of a 25-year-old Browns Plains man on Friday, September 17 to identify further witnesses and obtain dashcam footage.

Police will allege the cars involved were a white Audi S3 and a silver blue Toyota Camry (pictured), travelling between Brisbane north and Logan.

The vehicles predominately used the Clem 7 tunnel, Pacific Motorway M3 and the Gateway Motorway M2 between 2pm and 3pm.

Motorists checking their dashcam footage may observe the vehicles driving lawfully or erratically and together or separately throughout the near hour-long incident and are urged to come forward with any captured sightings, no matter how insignificant they may seem.

Motorists without dashcam vision, but who witnessed the vehicles are also asked to come forward.

Initial alleged road rage incident Brisbane north – Logan

Eagle Farm
Lamington Ave to Kingsford Smith Drive toward the Clem 7 tunnel.

2.11pm

Herston

Inner City Bypass, Clem 7 entrance

2.20pm

Woolloongabba

Ipswich Road exit of Clem 7 tunnel – outbound

2.25pm

Greenslopes

Marquis Street and Juliette Street intersection

2.30pm

Greenslopes to Eight Mile Plains

M3/Pacific Motorway between Greenslopes and Eight Mile Plains Exit

2.30pm-2.40pm

Kuraby to Drewvale

M2/Gateway Motorway

2.40pm-2.50pm

Browns Plains

M2/Gateway Motorway Wembley Road Exit

2.50pm

Browns Plains

Any streets within the boundaries of Mount Lindesay Highway/Wembley Road/ Browns Plains Road

2.50pm onward

Sightings of damaged white Audi S3 – Browns Plains

Police are also seeking witness accounts or footage of the damaged white Audi S3, leaving the site of the alleged murder at the following times and locations within Browns Plains:

Browns Plains

Wembley Road, between the intersection of Macquarie Way and Browns Plains Road

2.55pm- 3.05pm

Browns Plains

Browns Plains Road between Wembley Road and Fifth Avenue

3.05pm-3.10pm.

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If you have information for police, contact Policelink by providing information using the online suspicious activity form 24hrs per day at www.police.qld.gov.au/reporting.

Report crime information anonymously via Crime Stoppers. Call 1800 333 000 or report online at www.crimestoppersqld.com.au.

Quote this reference number: QP2101751703.

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