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Logan taxi assault suspects wanted
Police are hunting two men believed to have held up the 33-year-old driver with a machete and a metal bar in the Logan suburb of Kingston.
After stopping at a Kingston Road service station about 2.45am, police say the two armed men approached the driver, threatened him, physically assaulted him and stole "a number of items".
[Police believe these two men may be able to assist with investigations into the assault of a taxi driver in Kingston]
Police believe these two men may be able to assist with investigations into the assault of a taxi driver in Kingston Photo: QPS
The two men fled toward Wanda Street and the driver was taken to Logan hospital with minor facial injuries, police said.
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Police released CCTV stills of two men wanted to assist their enquiries into the attack on Monday morning and continue to investigate.
Anyone with information should contact Crime Stoppers via 1800 333 000 
A taxi driver has been hospitalised after a terrifying attack south of Brisbane overnight.
Queensland Police frustrated by rise in crime committed by children
The figures come as Labor says it plans to scrap parts of the LNP’s youth justice reforms and introduce policies it believes will strike a balance between punishment and rehabilitation of young offenders.
The LNP says the move is the Government going soft on crime and would treat young criminals to “jumping castles, X-Boxes and bucking bulls”.
More than 33,000 offences were committed by children in Queensland last year, an increase of about 1 per cent compared with 2013.
So far this year, kids have committed almost 10,500 crimes.
The far north, which covers the Cairns area, Cape York and the Torres Strait, recorded 4685 offences last year, the most of any police district in Queensland.
Brisbane’s North (3310) and South (3139) districts, Townsville (3119) and Logan (2919) also reported high rates of youth crime.
“There is an overall increase of about 1 per cent in total juvenile crime, which is frustrating for us,” Queensland Police Service Insp Garry Watts said.
There were about 20,000 property offences such as break-ins or vehicle thefts and about 2100 physical crimes including assaults and robberies.
Attorney-General Yvette D’Ath said LNP policies such as the youth boot camps, naming and shaming juveniles, increasing detention rates and transferring 17-year-olds into adult prisons had failed and were being reviewed.
CHILD tearaways are committing about 90 crimes a day – from assaults to stealing cars – and hampering police efforts to cut crime by 10 per cent.
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