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Australia Two people wanted after missile crashes into home

23:43  17 october  2019
23:43  17 october  2019 Source:   9news.com.au

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a close up of a window: The missile crashed through a Carrum Downs home.© Victoria Police The missile crashed through a Carrum Downs home.

Police have released images of a man and a woman they wish to speak to about a projectile that ripped through a home in south-east Melbourne almost two months ago.

Detectives say an explosive device rocketed into the sky and struck a home 150m away after being lit at a park on Hillview Drive in Carrum Downs about 5pm on August 28.

The missile caused extensive damage to the roof and also damaged the interior.

a piece of cake on a plate: Two people were home at the time but were uninjured.© Victoria Police Two people were home at the time but were uninjured.

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a group of people jumping in the air: The two people police wish to speak with.© Victoria Police The two people police wish to speak with.

The man is described as Caucasian, 180cm tall with a medium build, and was wearing dark pants and grey long-sleeved hoodie at the time.

The woman is also Caucasian but slightly shorter than the man, with a medium build and ponytail.

She was wearing a dark hoodie, jeans and brown boots.

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