Friday, June 21, 2024

Hunt for female driver of stolen car that hit and killed Police officer

Homicide detectives are seeking public assistance to help locate Skye Anne Wallis (pictured) who is suspected of driving the car which struck and killed Senior Constable David Masters on Saturday morning.

“Although her exact whereabouts are unknown, she has connections with the North Brisbane and Moreton areas,” Queensland Police said in a statement released this afternoon.

She is described as being 170cm tall, Caucasian, with dyed silver hair and brown eyes.

Skye Anne Wallis is wanted by Police.

Detectives are appealing to Skye, or anyone with information on her whereabouts, to contact police.

Meanwhile, a 24-year-old woman has been charged with the murder of Senior Constable Masters (pictured, above), who was fatally struck by a stolen car as he attempted to stop the vehicle.

Police executed a search warrant at an Upper Caboolture address where they arrested the Morayfield woman.

“Detectives will allege the woman was a passenger of the stolen car which fatally struck Senior Constable Masters on the Bruce Highway just after 3am on June 26,” Queensland Police said.

Police later located the stolen car burnt out on Quarry Road at Moodlu.

The 24-year-old woman has been charged with one count each of murder, arson (motor vehicle) and unlawful use of a motor vehicle.

Her bail has been refused and she is due to appear in Caboolture Magistrates Court tomorrow.

Detectives are also continuing their appeal for anyone with relevant dashcam or information regarding the matter to come forward.

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