SEARCHES are currently underway in Colosseum, following reports of a car entering floodwaters and failing to reappear early this morning.
Acting Sergeant Wayne Butcher of Miriam Vale police said a truck driver called police at around 2.30am with reports that water was over the Bruce Highway at Colosseum Creek Bridge.
He advised he had witnessed at least one motor vehicle enter the water, but did not see the vehicle surface on the other side.
A spokesperson for the Department of Community Safety said other reports described four cars stranded in the water, at least one of which had people sitting on the roof.
However when Swift Water Rescue Teams attended at 4.43am there were no signs of vehicles or people.
Swift water rescue operations were performed by members of the QFRS as well as land searches, however Sgt Butcher said there was no sign of any vehicles or people entering the water.
Police and QFRS remain at the scene.
Sgt Butcher said they are waiting for the SES to perform a further search.
The Bruce Highway has reopened one lane of traffic under supervision.
Sgt Butcher said anyone witnessing vehicles entering floodwater or who may have information about this morning's events should call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or their local police station.
"We strongly advise motorists not to drive through flooded waters," he said.
Acting Sentior Sergeant Wayne Butcher said Swift Water Rescue Teams were conducing a final search of the area.
"Nothing has been found at this stage," he said.
The final Swift Water Search concludes.
No evidence of any vehicles or persons entering the creek was found.