Police are hunting the driver of this stolen car who fled the scene after losing control and crashing into a paddock off Dairy Creek Road.
Police patrolling in Glenroi early Saturday morning noticed the reported stolen vehicle in Adina Crescent.
It sped away and police gave chase onto Bundarra Crescent and Kurim Avenue before going onto Dairy Creek Road.
It was the second of three pursuits that have occurred in Orange since last Thursday.
MAP: Where the crashes occurred ...
Police have called for anyone with information about the pursuits to contact them. All of the pursuits led to crashes and offenders fleeing the scene.
Acting Commander Central West Police District Detective Inspector Bruce Grassick said it was important anyone with information about the identities of the offenders contact police.
He said car chases were “inherently dangerous to the public” with risks in place.
Detective Inspector Grassick said he could not comment on police policy regarding pursuits.
“We’ve got a lot of checks and balances in place that govern how police engage in pursuits,” he said.
Central West Police District Chief Inspector Dave Harvey said the first of the pursuits occurred just before midnight on Thursday when police spotted a Ford Falcon after receiving reports of erratic behavour.
It led police along Bathurst Road, Eyles Street, McLachlan Street, Churchill Avenue, Glenroi Avenue and Bardia Avenue, before hitting a pole and the occupants fled.
The third, occurred on Saturday night when police spotted a Suzuki Swift at the BP service station on Bathurst Road.
Chief Inspector Harvey said the car reversed from the station and sped on Summer Street at 80-100 km/h before police terminated the chase.
He said the car ran a red light at Anson Street and hit a white sedan.
Anyone with information should call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or Orange police at 6363 6399.
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