'Large Splash' Prompts Extensive Search Of Brisbane River
Police are calling on anyone that witnessed a 'large splash' yesterday in the Brisbane River to come forward.
At approximately 6:45pm a member of the public witnessed the splash while on the Go Between Bridge.
Police were called to the scene of the incident, and began a large scale search of the area.
"At around 6.45pm, police were called to the bridge after a member of the public reported they witnessed a large splash in river," the police report reads.
Were you walking, cycling or travelling in a vehicle on the Go Between Bridge yesterday at around 6.45pm? You may have witnessed an incident in the river which was reported to police https://t.co/CX37VvNXQA pic.twitter.com/U5vcMqKu9T— Queensland Police (@QldPolice) November 19, 2018
"The splash would have been noticeable from the northbound lanes and from the pedestrian path or the riverside bikeway.
"Water Police, Rescue 500 helicopter and Sandgate Volunteer Marine Rescue patrolled until midnight but were unable locate anything of note. They will continue patrols this morning.
"Anyone who may have seen or possibly filmed from a phone, camera or dashcam from the bridge, or from on the river at the time of the incident is asked to make contact."
If you have information for police, contact Policelink on 131 444 or provide information using the online form 24hrs per day.