LOGAN'S crime rate has continued to soar after weapons were stolen from a gun store at Browns Plains.
The latest ram raid comes after 23 last week, but police say they aren't sure if the same people are responsible.
A Remington rifle, knives and three crossbows were stolen from the Browns Plains Firearms store when three offenders, all believed to be male, used a vehicle to smash open the security doors around 12.30am on Tuesday, July 24.
Once inside the store, it took only three minutes for the offenders to break the glass cabinets holding the weapons before fleeing in their car.
At this stage, police believe no ammunition for the rifle was taken during the robbery.
Detective Senior Sergeant Michael Thiesfield of the Logan Criminal Investigation Branch (CIB) said the weapons were secured correctly within the store "The weapons did appear to be stored correctly in compliance with the legislation," Snr Sgt Thiesfield said.
"It is now our concern from the Queensland Police Service's point of view that these people are in now possession of these types of weapons which could be used for things such as armed robberies and those types of offences."
Snr Sgt Thiesfield said it is not clear if the trio were also responsible for the 23 ram raids last week.
"When you look at the description of the ram raid offenders they were just quite generic in itself," he said.
"Just male offenders with a similar type of age.
"But to say there is a correlation between those offenders and these ones is unknown at this stage.
"When you review the CCT footage it appears they were probably a little bit disorganised.
"I am not totally confident they knew what they were doing."
As the number of attacks continues to increase, Snr Sgt Thiesfield denied more calls a special police task was needed for the escalating number of crimes throughout Logan.
"At this stage, from an investigative point of view we have got our investigative officers from the CIB reviewing this offence," he said.
"They are still continuing to investigate the ram raid offences so there will be no taskforce created or started.
"We are confident we will make some inroads shortly."
Police are still searching for the three men responsible, who they believe are in their late teens to early 20s.
The first man police are searching for was wearing a black hooded jumper and dark pants.
The second man was wearing a grey hooded jumper with dark pants while the third man was wearing a dark green hooded jumper with blue jeans.
The owners of the Browns Plains Firearms store declined to comment.