Murder suspect's 'associates' warned they're breaking law
UPDATE: A NETWORK of people helping a man wanted by police for the murder of Oakey's Paul Rock are warned they are breaking the law.
A warrant has been issued for Kye Enright, 21, over Mr Rock's stabbing death at the Porter's Plainland Hotel car park on July 1.
Homicide Detective Inspector Damien Hansen said Enright had ties to the south side of Brisbane and was known to frequent the Logan area.
"We are aware of Enright being assisted by male and female associates," Inspector Hansen said.
"They utilise motels, hotels, Air BnB and hire car companies. This stretches from Northern New South Wales through to the Sunshine Coast.
"I'd ask employees of those companies to make themselves familiar with Mr Enright's photograph and if they do see him, they do contact Crime Stoppers."
Inspector Hansen said Enright would be charged with murder and robbery on his arrest, matching charges filed against a 26-year-old man arrested on July 9.
Police would allege that man and Enright had had some contact with Mr Rock the day that he died.
Inspector Hansen said any people found to be helping Enright elude police were committing criminal offences.
"He's got a lot of ties, he's got a lot of close associates," Inspector Hansen said.
"We're well aware of those associates and they are protecting him at this stage.
"He's wanted for a murder, so he is a dangerous person."
Phone 000 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
EARLIER: An arrest warrant has been issued for a man wanted in relation to the death of Oakey's Paul Rock in Plainland earlier this month.
Kye Enright, 21, remains on the run from police investigating the death of Mr Rock at the Porter's Plainland Hotel car park on July 1.
Enright was named as a person of interest in relation to the investigation, with detectives today revealing an arrest warrant had been issued.
He is believed to be frequenting the Gold Coast and northern New South Wales area, police said in a statement.
"Members of the public are urged not to approach the man but to call Triple Zero immediately," police said.
"Police wish to emphasise that anyone harbouring this person is committing an offence and is liable to prosecution."
Enright is described as Caucasian, about 165cm tall with slim a slim build, brown hair and blue eyes.