UPDATE: "The attack was clearly viciously planned"
UPDATE: POLICE are hunting for more clues about the people behind a violent home invasion in Urraween.
The 59-year-old male victim, who was bashed with metal bars on Friday, described one of his attackers to have a New Zealand accent and a tribal-style tattoo on his forearm.
Police arrested two men in Gympie on Saturday believed to be linked to the crime.
A 34-year-old man and a 21-year-old man, both from Logan, were released after questioning without being charged.
Maryborough CIB Detective Sergeant Mick Polit said more information was needed before charges could be made.
"We believe at least three (or) four male offenders were involved," Det Sgt Polit said.
"The attack was clearly viciously planned and targetted."
The group of men were armed and wearing balaclavas when they entered the victim's home.
After the attack, they stole an SS Commodore sedan and a Harley Davidson motorcycle.
The motorcycle was found later in Urraween, and the car in Gympie.
If you have any information call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
EARLIER: THREE men wearing balaclavas and armed with metal bars bashed a 59-year-old man at his own home, then stole two vehicles.
The incident occurred about 10pm on Friday, January 5.
A police report says the men entered the Pembridge Circuit, Urraween, residence and assaulted the man, who was the only person home at the time.
The men stole an SS Commodore sedan and a Harley Davidson motorcycle.
Police received reports of the Commodore being driven erratically on the Bruce Highway.
The car was later found abandoned on Lady Mary Terrace, Gympie, shortly before midnight and the motorcycle was found on Pantlins Lane in Urraween shortly after the incident.
The 59-year-old sustained lacerations to the back of his head and possible fractures to the left forearm.
He was taken to the Hervey Bay Hospital for treatment.
Police are appealing for anyone who may have witnessed suspicious activity in the area around the time of the incident or who witnessed the car being driven following the incident to contact Policelink on 131 444.