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A carnival barkers has hit the road in a bid to keep Queenslanders safe.
The carnival enthusiasts were seen racing through the bush at night on Monday and were also spotted roaming in the CBD.
Police say the group is believed to be travelling in a caravan and that they have left behind a number of bags with them.
They are also believed to have left a number or items of luggage.
Police said they have been looking for the group for about two weeks.
Topics:wildlife,wildlife-rehabilitation,crime,police,crime-prevention,qld,nsw,australiaFirst posted September 28, 2018 07:15:01Contact Josh WardMore stories from Queensland