Man attacked with tomahawk in home invasion

A man has been rushed to hospital after being struck with a tomahawk. Photo: iStockA 38-year-old man was rushed to hospital on Saturday morning after being struck in the head by a tomahawk in a violent home invasion.

Police say two men, one of who was armed with a tomahawk, entered a house in Waterford West and assaulted the two male occupants.

One man,38, was rushed to the Princess Alexandra Hospital in a serious condition to be treated for severe head injuries.

A 42-year-old man, who was also assaulted, received treatment at the scene for bruising to his face. It is unclear whether he was also struck with the tomahawk.

A spokesman for Queensland Police said the motive for the attack, which occurred on Clearview Street, was not clear but that nothing was taken from the home.

One suspect is described as Pacific Islander, about 185 centimetres tall and in his late teens with hair in a ponytail.

The other is described as caucasian, about 160 centimetres tall, also in his late teens and wearing a baseball cap.

Anyone with information or who may have seen a silver four-wheel drive in the area should contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

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