Authorities say there are other reported cases of sabotaged strawberries that are yet to be confirmed, and South Australian consumers have also been warned to discard Donnybrook-branded strawberries.
Queensland's Chief Health Officer Dr Jeanette Young has requested retailers withdraw all Donnybrook strawberries through a trade level recall.
As a precaution, Queensland Health's chief health officer, Jeanette Young, advised people in the states of Queensland, Victoria, and NSW on September 12 to throw out their strawberries that were bought early last week, the Herald Sun reported.
Acting Queensland Chief Superintendent of the State Crime Command Terry Lawrence said the evidence indicates the act was "obviously" meant to injure others.
The initial reports suggested that it was originally only the Berrylicious and Berry Obsession brands from Woolworths which were affected.
In the post, Ms Faugeras said her 10-year-old discovered a pin embedded in a strawberry while eating a punnet they had bought from the Coles at Wingham.
On Thursday, police said they feared there may be copycat culprits as a needle was found in another batch of strawberries.
Two more affected punnets were found by people in Victoria and there has been what police suspect is a copycat incident on Thursday where a small steel rod was found in a punnet in Queensland.
"The contamination relates to what appears to be sewing needles and pins inserted in strawberries".
Sewing needles have been found in six brands of strawberries sold at Woolworths in four Australian states.
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The store manager subsequently contacted them and issued a recall, as well as contacting police and health officials.
"People are contacting us out of concern and saying: 'This is what I've got, what do you think?'", he said.
"We have withdrawn Berry Obsession and Berry Licious branded strawberries from sale while this incident is being investigated with our suppliers".
"At this time, have reason to suspect that a disgruntled ex-employee may have orchestrated the occurrence, wherein sewing needles were found in a number of strawberries, in Queensland and Victoria", the statement read.
There are other reports out there, but they're still being chased up.
However, Chief Superintendent Lawrence said the police investigation was ongoing and detectives were examining every part of the supply chain to find the contamination source.
"We're keeping a very open mind as to where this may have occurred somewhere between the actual growing of the strawberry through to the end of the production line, including even further through to distribution and going onto the shelves", he said.