Police are searching for a man who fled from police at Nagambie and dumped a car before running into bushland on Tuesday.CHLOE WARBURTON August 14, 2014 3:13am
Shepparton police Sergeant Matt Peck said a pursuit began after a vehicle sped away from a Nagambie police divisional van just before 3
Sgt Peck said the unknown man failed to pull over when instructed and police pursued the car to Reedy Lake Rd, where they found it dumped.
It is believed the male ran off on foot and was unable to be located.
Police are making further inquires.
Anyone with information can phone Nagambie Police Station on 5794
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