Update, October 15
Police have charged a driver after a smoky gender reveal at Marsden last month.
Police say the blue smoke from the driver's burnout on Burrinjuck impacted other motorists' view.
A Loganlea man, 29, faces dangerous operation of a motor vehicle charges and failure to comply with a notice.
He is due to front Beenleigh Magistrates Court on December 1.
Police want to catch up with a hoon who announced a baby's gender with smokey and illegal burnouts at Marsden on Saturday.
They have released dashcam footage of the incident in the hope that someone can help them identify the driver.
The driver of the red Holden Commodore VP conducted burnouts on Burrinjuck Street and Timberlee Drive from about 11.25am.
They say the blue smoke obstructed driver visibility on the road.
A group of people gathered to photograph and video the event.
Police are now appealing to anyone who has information about the driver to come forward.
It comes after police charged a Nundah man with more than 30 hooning offences after alleged incidents at Browns Plains and Rocklea.
Among the 22-year-old Nundah man's charges are five counts of dangerous operation of a vehicle.
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