Police are on the hunt for a man believed to have been involved in the alleged rape of two teenage girls at a house in Toowoomba.
Two girls, aged 14 and 15, left a party at South Toowoomba on Saturday night with two men, both in their 20s.
Police said the girls went back to one of the men's homes in Toowoomba where they were allegedly raped by the two men in the early hours of Sunday morning.
The two teenage girls filed complaints with police who, subsequently charged a 20-year-old Toowoomba man with rape.
The 20-year-old man appeared in Toowoomba Magistrates court on Wednesday and was released on a number of bail conditions.
The man is expected to return to court at a future date.
Darling Downs Detective Inspector Dave Isherwood said police believed the other man involved in the alleged rape was in his 20s and lived in Brisbane.
"We have some idea who he may be and where he may be living but we need a lot more evidence than that," Inspector Isherwood said.
"We are still conducting investigations."
Inspector Isherwood said alleged rape offences in which the victim and offender did not know each other were not a "common occurrence".
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