A MAN was shot by police and an Ipswich woman was charged with armed robbery after a high-speed pursuit over rural roads.
Police said the 34-year-old man from Burpengary, north of Brisbane, was allegedly carrying a firearm.
He was shot in one arm and a leg.
Ipswich police were involved in the pursuit over winding country roads, starting at Aratula and finishing in Killarney, near Warwick, about 70km away.
At 9.30pm on Friday police deployed stingers to puncture the vehicles tyre's on Killarney's Spring Creek Rd.
Police said the man was later shot multiple times but they could not confirm the number of shots.
Police said the man and woman were wanted in relation to a string of armed robberies around south-east Queensland.
The 29-year-old Ipswich woman was charged with one count of armed robbery in relation to an incident in Kedron on July 23.
Police said the man's injuries were not believed to be life-threatening, but RACQ CareFlight rescuers said he faced the possibility of losing his leg.
An RACQ CareFlight spokesman said the rescue helicopter transferred a male with three gunshot wounds to his leg to the Princess Alexandra Hospital at 11pm on Friday.
Last night the man remained under police guard in the Princess Alexandra Hospital.
The woman was initally taken to Warwick Hospital but was later released. She was scheduled to appear in Toowoomba Magistrates Court on Saturday and was remanded in custody.
An officer received a wrist injury during the arrest and was treated at Ipswich Hospital.
Police said their investigations were continuing.
The circumstances of the shooting will be investigated by the Queensland Police Service Ethical Standards Command.