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Police still investigating motorcyclist with skull bandana

UPDATE 6.15pm: A SPOKESPERSON from the Queensland Police Service said investigations were still continuing into a Harley-Davidson rider who evaded police this afternoon.

A police tried to pull over the driver in the Musgrave St area before he accelerated away and was last seen turning into Eddington St.

The driver, who was wearing a skull bandana, singlet and shorts, went through a  number of stop signs.

Reports suggest the man was riding a black Harley-Davidson.

UPDATE 3.51pm: POLICE search for a Harley-Davidson rider after he evaded police in North Rockhampton.

Police pursued the driver for a short period of time before it was called off.

The man, believed to be wearing singlet, shorts and a skull bandana, was last seen at around 3pm turning down Musgrave St.

Reports suggest the man was riding a black Harley-Davidson.

He is believed to be around 37-years-old.

UPDATE 3.30pm:  IT IS believed police tried to pull over the driver in the Musgrave St area before he accelerated away and was last seen turning into Eddington St.

It's believed the driver, who was wearing a skull bandana, went through a  number of stop signs .

Police enquires are continuing.

BREAKING 3pm: IS IT believed a man is currently evading police in Berserker.

He is described as having a heavily tattooed leg and is wearing a singlet, shorts and a skull bandana over his face.

Reports suggest the man is driving a motorcycle and was last seen turning down Musgrave St.

It is believed the police had dealt with the man on other matters this week.

Topics:  evade police, motorcycle




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