Queensland police have released an image of a woman they wish to speak to who allegedly left hotel quarantine.A police spokesperson said the 24-year-old woman left a Gold Coast quarantine hotel on August 3.
It is believed she may currently be in the Caboolture or Narangba area.
She was ordered into 14 days of isolation at the Sofitel in Broadbeach on Monday.
But according to police, the following night she allegedly forced her way through a glass door and left the hotel.
The woman was tested on Tuesday and returned a negative result, but the police spokesperson said further testing was required to confirm her Covid-19 status.
She had been placed into quarantine after travelling from the declared hotspot of New South Wales.
The woman was intercepted on July 31 at a border control check point by Queensland Police, the spokesperson said.
“She left all her property behind, only taking her phone,” they said.
“Numerous inquiries have been made with friends and family but she has not been located.”
Police are urging anyone who may have seen the woman or know of her whereabouts to contact Policelink or Crime Stoppers.
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