Police search for armed robbers of Capalaba business and release footage of Wynnum murder victim

UPDATE 11.15am

A DOMINOS pizza store on Redland Bay Road in Capalaba was targeted in an armed robbery on Thursday night.

Two men entered the store just before closing time, demanding cash from a 29-year-old employee.

One was armed with a knife.

The men were average height, Caucasian and with Australian accents.

One was wearing a blue and green striped polo, black shorts and black shoes while the other wore a white shirt.

Anyone with information is urged to contact police.


Detectives are investigating the armed robbery of a business at Capalaba overnight.

ROBBERY UNDER WAY: This is CCTV footage of an armed robbery by two men at Capalaba last night.

ROBBERY UNDER WAY: This is CCTV footage of an armed robbery by two men at Capalaba last night.

At 10.51pm two men, with their faces covered with black apparel, entered a Redland Bay Road store and demanded cash from an employee.

Police said one of the men was armed with a knife while the other man took the money.

"The pair then fled the store," the spokesperson said. "No one was injured during the incident."

If you have information, contact Policelink on 131 444 or use the online form 24 hours a day.

You can report information about crime anonymously to Crime Stoppers by calling 1800 333 000.

Crime Stoppers is a registered charity and community volunteer organisation and can also be contacted via crimestoppersqld.com.au 24 hours per day.

Quote this reference number QP1901001161 in relation to the Capalaba incident.

Police also have released CCTV vision relating to the death of Jason Guise, 45, at Wynnum on April 21.

Mr Guise was last seen on Charlotte Street, Wynnum, on that day when he visited a food truck about 7pm.

He was the subject of a missing person appeal on May 4 and his body was found in a sewage tank at Wynnum on May 8.

Detectives have appealed for witnesses who may have seen Mr Guise or seen anything suspicious on Granada Street between April 21 (Easter Sunday) and May 8.

The vision released shows Mr Guise at a Wynnum service station on the afternoon of April 21 and later walking through the Woolworths car park from Florence Street towards Charlotte Street, at 6.38pm.