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Police seek assistance from Springfield Lakes residents

Daniel Bouwmeester    February 4, 2024    2 min read   

Queensland Police are calling for the assistance of Springfield Lakes residents regarding their investigation of a homicide that took place on Saturday, February 3.

Detectives from the Ipswich Homicide Investigation Unit, who are investigating the homicide of a 70-year-old woman at Redbank Plains, have established four persons of interest in relation to the case.

The four people were captured on video (available here) travelling in and leaving a vehicle of interest that parked along Bruny Street, Springfield Lakes.

Investigators believe the four people depicted in the vision, captured from a Bruny Street, Springfield Lakes address on Saturday evening, may be able to assist them with their enquiries.

Images: Queensland Police.

Their vehicle is a blue 2009 Hyundai Getz with Queensland registration 432 TYO, which apparently belonged to the victim and was allegedly driven away from the scene of the crime.

Investigators are now appealing to anyone who was in the Redbank Plains and Springfield Lakes areas between 6pm and 7pm, February 3, and may have seen either the vehicle or these persons, to contact police.

Those with relevant vision, including CCTV and dashcam footage, are also asked to come forward.

Investigations are ongoing.

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 or call 131 444.

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

Quote this reference number: QP2400196330.

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Daniel Bouwmeester

Daniel was born in a mining town in New South Wales to Dutch and Welsh immigrants, before relocating to Logan City, where he attended Canterbury College for twelve years. He pursued his passion for music by completing a first-class honours degree at the University of Queensland (UQ), and later signed with a local record label. He has travelled the world from a young age, including a student exchange in rural France, a job working the ski lifts in Colorado, and visits to the islands of the South Pacific. After a six-year career in market research, Daniel returned to UQ to complete a Bachelor of Journalism and Arts dual degree, majoring in political science. His varied experiences at home and abroad have contributed to a passion for spreading good news while defending the truth buried inside complex societal paradigms.