Four people who crashed into 30 cars with a stolen Toyota Prado LandCruiser in Sydney are on the run.
The car was seen traveling dangerously on Oxford and Young St, two busy streets in the central suburb of Redfern, on Thursday evening.
Hours earlier, the Prado was reported stolen from Palm View on the Sunshine Coast.
NSW Police say the car sped away from officers when asked to stop at the intersection of South Dowling and Cleveland St, and so police launched a pursuit.
Despite the incident occurring in New South Wales, the vehicle had Queensland registration plates.
A Toyota Prado LandCruiser (above) reported stolen on the Sunshine Coast was chased by police in Sydney after crashing into 30 cars.
The car chase ended when the Prado crashed into a bollard on South Dowling St (above), its four occupants fleeing on foot.
Police chased the car down Cleveland St before it returned to South Dowling St and crashed into 30 cars.
The pursuit was abruptly ended when the Prado crashed into a bollard on South Dowling St and the four occupants fled on foot.
As of 7:40 a.m. Friday, they were all still at large.
Anyone with information on his whereabouts is asked to contact Crime Stoppers.