Police are appealing to the public for information following a break and enter at an Ipswich service station.

Early investigations suggest a man armed with a hammer approached a station at Brisbane Rd, Booval and smashed through its front glass door.

Police are appealing to the public for information following a break and enter at an Ipswich service station.

Early investigations suggest a man armed with a hammer approached a station at Brisbane Rd, Booval and smashed through its front glass door.

CCTV captured the man breaking into the Booval service station with a hammer.

CCTV captured the man breaking into the Booval service station with a hammer.

CCTV footage of the incident released on June 1 show the man then walked inside the shop and jumped over the front counter, forcing open its drawers and stealing a quantity of cigarettes, tobacco products, and money.

He then fled the scene on foot along Brisbane Rd.


The man was caught looking at a camera in the station while putting items from behind the front counter in his duffel bag.

Police are now calling on the community to help them identify the man.

He is described as having tanned skin and a slim build and was wearing dark gloves and a face mask at the time of the incident.


The man is then seen to be leaving the service station with a full duffel bag before fleeing on foot along Brisbane Rd.

Anyone with information about the man or the incident is urged to contact police.

Investigations are ongoing.

Extracted in full form: WATCH: Man armed with hammer robs service station at Booval, Ipswich | The Courier Mail

SHARE THIS ARTICLE: