Five pythons are missing after they were allegedly stolen from a home on the Gold Coast.
The house on Cotlew Street, Southport was broken into after a sliding door at the back of the home was forced open sometime between 6am on September 9 and 5.45pm on September 10.
Five python snakes were then taken.
Two of them are described as dark olive green and 3 metres long.
Three others are brown Bredli pythons, ranging between 1.8 metres to 2 metres long.
A UHF radio was also allegedly stolen during the incident.
Police are urging anyone with information to come forward.