A Queensland woman has had her second-heaviest car found on the road.
Key points:A man said he found a second-handed car in the bush in Queensland’s South WestThe car was later found abandoned on a highway in BrisbaneThe man was given a $50,000 reward for information about the carKey points:”We are investigating to see what is going on,” Queensland Police spokeswoman saysKey pointsA man found the car on a road in Queensland in the state’s south-westThis is the second car to be found in Queensland this yearThe Queensland Highway Patrol is investigating a second car found in the brush last weekThe man, who did not want to be identified, said he saw the car about two kilometres from his home about 6.15am on Monday.
“It was parked right in the middle of the road, there were two people in it,” he said.
The car’s front end had been smashed in.””
It was pretty big, I don’t know how big it was.”
The car’s front end had been smashed in.
“The vehicle was covered in a big dent, it was a big hole in it, I could see what was inside,” he added.
Police say they are still searching for the man’s car, which was found abandoned in the field near his home.
“We are continuing to search the area around the road and in the fields to find it,” Ms Crennan said.
The Queensland Police Service said the reward was for information leading to an arrest.
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