Crooks steal luxury car in terrifying home invasion
A GOLD Coast woman has had her luxury sedan stolen by men wearing disguises and wielding a screwdriver in a brazen home invasion this morning.
Queensland Police officers were called to Memorial Dr at Upper Coomera about 6.30am.
The thieves raided a home and making off with a white Jaguar XE.
A woman and her children were reportedly inside the home when the thieves demanded the keys to the Jaguar, one of them holding the screwdriver.
The woman took to a community group on Facebook at 6.30am pleading for the public to "please look out for this car".
"One guy was armed with a screw driver and both had bandannas across their faces. They were dropped off in a matte black ute that was sitting outside the house while it all went down," she said.
"Please help! People just broke into my home with me and my kids inside screaming at me for my keys and stole my car. Please look out for this car!"
Police were investigating and no one had been arrested as of 9.30am, a spokeswoman said.
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