UPDATE: Investigations continue after Glenwood ram raid
NO arrest has yet been been made after a shocking ram raid at a Glenwood service station about 11.20pm on Friday.
The incident left the Pacific Petroleum service station with at least $100,000 in damage.
The damage was considerable - the dual cab white Toyota ute used in the ram raid had smashed through the glass front windows off the shop and destroyed stock and caused enormous damage to the inside of the business.
A spokeswoman from Queensland Police Media said no arrests had been made as of Wednesday November 1.
She said investigations into the incident were ongoing.