Queensland Police are looking for two men in clown masks, after a man was shot north of Brisbane.
Queensland Police are looking for two men in clown masks after a man was shot north of Brisbane.
Police said two men entered home on Sparkes Road, Bray Park about 2.30pm and allegedly threatened a 51-year-old man.
They allegedly used a Taser to intimidate the man and then fired a single warning shot before shooting him in the face.
The confrontation played out in front of witnesses inside the home.
The victim was rushed to the Royal Brisbane Hospital.
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"The 51-year-old man chased the men from the property when one has discharged a weapon causing minor lacerations to the man's face," Queensland Police said earlier in a statement.
"The men are believed to be Caucasian, in their early 20s and were last seen wearing high-visibility shirts and clown masks as they ran west along Sparkes Road".
Police have declared a crime scene.
Detectives spent the evening door-knocking in the neighbourhood.
Anyone with information should contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
Source: 9News https://www.9news.com.au/national/queensland-news-police-respond-to-incident-at-bray-park/e9bd40b4-8861-4a9a-96e5-d4fc203f806d