Extra police have been called in to patrol outside a hospital in Brisbane where a man tried to abduct a nurse as she walked to work.
Police are no closer to finding the two men who tried to abduct a nurse near Princess Alexandra Hospital on Saturday night, after a vehicle tracked to Toowoomba turned out to be the wrong one.
However, Detective Inspector Rod Kemp told media on Monday that police are now concentrating on a silver Nissan Sedan dumped at Eight Mile Plains.
"There is one particularly strong lead involving Aboriginal offenders and detectives are following that as we speak," he said.
Police have released an image of one of the men who they believe grabbed the 36-year-old nurse as she walked to the hospital after parking her car nearby.
The man pressed a sharp implement into her side, threatened her and told her to get into the car, where a second man was waiting.
A passing vehicle gave the woman a chance to get away.
Det Insp Kemp said the man may have been trying to steal the woman's car.
He says extra police have been called in to patrol the area.
The man who grabbed the woman fled on foot, and the second man took off in the car.
Police say they're still looking for the car, described as a white, silver or grey sedan.
The man who accosted the woman is described as about 173cm tall, with a solid build and a dark complexion. He was clean shaven with a vertical scar on the lower left side of his cheek.
The second man, who was standing beside the car, also had a dark complexion. Both were wearing jeans and hooded jumpers.
Police are appealing for witnesses to come forward.