UPDATE: Police are still searching for a creepy clown who peered through the window of a Point Vernon home, startling a mum and baby.

Sergeant Paul Jervis said no arrest had been made in relation to the incident.

Hervey Bay police dog squad were involved in the search after a man in a white mask peeped through the lounge room window.

Anyone with information can contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

 

TUESDAY: THE Hervey Bay police dog squad are on the hunt for a clown after a man in a white mask peeped in through the lounge room window of a Point Vernon home startled a mum and her baby.

The incident happened about 3.10pm on Tuesday.

Young mother Tehlia Chase and her son Anthony Tyson-Thacker were in their loungeroom when her son spotted the clown in the window.

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Tehlia said she heard her son laughing when she turned to see what he was looking at.

Staring back at her through her lounge room window was a clown was wearing white boots, a black shirt, black pants and a white mask with a red smile.

The man removed the mask as he walked in an easterly direction on Preston St.

Tehlia said she was terrified by the incident and doesn't know what to do.

Police are investigating and the dog squad was called to the scene.



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