Detectives have released vision of a vehicle believed to be linked to an incident last week where a man was stabbed at Mango Hill.
The 46-year-old man attended a property on Lamington Road around 12.30pm on October 10 when his vehicle was prevented from passing by a white hatchback parked on the roadway with a man standing beside it.
The victim exited his vehicle to speak with the man when another two vehicles pulled up behind, blocking him in as the man approached him armed with a knife.
Investigations indicate at this point the man lunged at the victim a number of times, striking him in the torso.
The victim grabbed a metal pole, using it on his attacker and hit him a number of times, injuring him before he entered the white hatchback.
The man drove from the scene with the other two vehicles following behind.
The victim was transported to Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital with a serious but non-life-threatening stab wounds.
Police are appealing for anyone who may have seen a small white sedan or similar model in the area around the time of the incident to come forward.
It is believed the vehicle sustained a smashed rear window during the incident and was reportedly missing a rear registration plate.
Police are also concerned for the health of the man due to possible injuries sustained during the incident.
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