Three Perth daredevils who BASE jumped from the roof of a 40-storey city building remain at large, with police releasing images they hoped can help identify them.
The new images of three people and two vehicles came as first-person video of the stunt also surfaced online.
A short clip posted on social media shows Exchange Tower from the view of one of the BASE jumpers just seconds after they launch themselves off the roof of the 150m-tall building.
The camera then pans to the ground before showing the thrill seeker’s legs kick out.
One of the images released by police shows three well-dressed men entering they lobby of Exchange Tower carrying bags.
A fourth man police allege was involved, Bryce Eden was spoken to by detectives hours after the stunt and will appear in Perth Magistrate’s Court next month charged with trespass.
Mr Eden, 35, was tracked to a North Perth home along with a Ford Ranger police identified.
When approached by reporters on Wednesday, Mr Eden would neither confirm nor deny his presence at the stunt, saying he had only seen the videos.
“It looked like whoever was there, it would have been a good time,” he said.
Police released images of a Mitsubishi Pajero and Rio Cerato they want help from the public to locate. The vehicles were spotted in dash-cam footage on Bruce Road in Wattle Grove around 9.30am on Tuesday, about an hour after the daring BASE jump.
The image of the Pajero shows what appears to be a parachute being packed up on the verge.
Police Commissioner Chris Dawson sent a blunt warning yesterday to those involved.
“We are looking for three other persons, we know who they are they can either give themselves up or we will knock on their door,” he said.
Exchange Tower management has not respond to The West Australia’s requests for comment.
The tower is where several senior Federal politicians have their offices, including Finance Minister Mathias Cormann, Defence Minister Linda Reynolds and Attorney-General Christian Porter.
Workers from the building said on Tuesday that security passes were needed to access certain floors. But The West Australian understands access to the 40th floor, where a fire escape leads to the roof, does not involve any security checks.
The maximum penalty for trespass is 12 months jail and/or a $12,000 fine.
Anyone with information that can identify the people or vehicles pictured can call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or make a report online at www.crimestopperswa.com.au.