The elderly person is being chased by a criminal outside a gas station in Newcastle before his car is stolen
Sickening moment, a 89-year-old man by caressing his keys, knocking him over and leaving him wounded on the wet ground
- The images showed how a criminal pushed an 89-year-old man forward before taking his car
- The incident occurred outside of a gas station in Newcastle in the north of NSW
- The man struggled with the older driver and tried to pull his car keys away from him
- The carjacker left with the man's car and crashed on a number of vehicles
Shocking footage catches a villain with a hood that pushes an 89-year-old man down, leaving him injured on the wet ground and leaving with his car.
Safety vision from outside a gas station in Newcastle, on the northwest coast of NSW, the older man had his Mazda sedan parked around 5 p.m. on Thursday evening.
The hooded man then approached the older driver and started shuffling with him as he tried to get his car keys.
The older man was then violently pushed to the ground before the carjacker drove off in the Mazda.
The hooded man could be seen shuffling with the older driver as he tried to pull his car keys out of his hands
The older man was then violently pushed to the ground before the carjacker drove off in the Mazda
Shocked bystanders then rushed to the older man, who was left wounded and lying in the wet parking lot.
After he left, the man bumped into five cars while racing through the Lexington Parade on the outskirts of Kotara.
& # 39; He moved around the corner – absolutely, completely, completely out of control, only cars & # 39; s hit left right and center, & # 39; a witness told 9 News.
Following his trail of destruction in Korota, the man went to nearby Lambton, where he bumped into a parked car on Howe Street.
He then collided with a car waiting at the traffic lights at the intersection of Hobart Street.
After he left, the man bumped into five cars while racing through the Lexington Parade on the outskirts of Kotara
The alleged perpetrator then fled on foot and made his way through a number of properties.
The police are now on the hunt for the carjacker who is supposed to be in his 30s and look like Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander.
He was last seen in a dark hooded sweater and a white baseball cap.
They urge anyone who may have witnessed the alleged attack or the many car collisions on Lake Macquarie to call the police.
Paramedics treated the older man for minor cuts and bruises.
Following his trail of destruction in Korota, the man went to nearby Lambton, where he bumped into a parked car on Howe Street
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