Squad of dogs searching the streets of Melbourne for the driver who fled the scene after turning the car sideways

  Police are searching for a driver who fled the scene after his four-wheeler collided with cars parked in east Melbourne and turned sideways on Friday morning.

Squad of dogs searching the streets of Melbourne for a driver who fled after crashing his four-wheeler in parked cars

  • A chase begins for a driver who fled the scene of an accident on Friday morning
  • The driver fled the scene after turning his car over in Canterbury, Melbourne
  • The police are using a squad of dogs to search the Canterbury area for the driver

Charlie Coe for Daily Mail Australia

A search is underway for a driver who fled the scene after his four-wheeled vehicle hit parked cars and rolled over on Friday morning.

Officers are using a squad of dogs to search the area around the crash site on Warburton Road, in eastern Melbourne.

It is believed that the wrecked 4WD is the same car that the police caught at a speed of 75 km / h in an area of ​​40 km / h just before.

  Police are searching for a driver who fled the scene after his four-wheeler collided with cars parked in east Melbourne and turned sideways on Friday morning.

Police are searching for a driver who fled the scene after his four-wheeler collided with cars parked in east Melbourne and turned sideways on Friday morning.

It is believed that the crashed 4WD was the same car pursued by police after it was caught driving 75 km / h in a 40 km / h area on Canterbury Road just before

It is believed that the crashed 4WD was the same car pursued by police after it was caught driving 75 km / h in a 40 km / h area on Canterbury Road just before

It is believed that the crashed 4WD was the same car pursued by police after it was caught driving 75 km / h in a 40 km / h area on Canterbury Road just before

A resident of Warburton Road said the accident "woke everyone up," according to the Sydney Morning Herald.

"If you take the curve at speed then you're in trouble," he said.

"Cars come shouting around that corner sometimes … just not at 5 in the morning."

Another resident told the 3AW radio station: "I talked to the gentleman at the front of my house and he told me that there has been a chase with a pair of visors and they have fled, so he closes the doors with a key & # 39;

It is not known if there were other people in the car at that time.

Police are looking in the area for the driver who uses dogs around the accident site on Warburton Road, Canterbury (pictured)

Police are looking in the area for the driver who uses dogs around the accident site on Warburton Road, Canterbury (pictured)

Police are looking in the area for the driver who uses dogs around the accident site on Warburton Road, Canterbury (pictured)

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