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UPDATE, Wednesday, 10am: A Triton ute stolen from a Warrnambool caravan park is believed to have been involved in a road rage incident on the Torquay Road near Geelong overnight.
A police spokesman said there was a suggestion the white ute had rammed another vehicle.
It’s understood that Geelong Highway Patrol Unit police officers are conducting investigations.
“It’s believed the ute was involved in sideswiping another vehicle and rammed a car,” a spokesman said.
TUESDAY: POLICE are still seeking information from the public after three vehicles were stolen in Warrnambool last week.
Detective Senior Constable Ashlea Witham, of the Warrnambool police crime investigation unit, said one of the vehicles was recovered at Hesse on Monday, between Cressy and Inverleigh.
She said the grey Holden Commodore Omega sedan was located at 11.50am on Monday with the number plates removed.
It was found in Wingeel Road, had suffered damage to the front of the vehicle and the car is now in the process of being forensically examined.
A white Mitsubishi Triton ute was stolen from Surfside Holiday Park in the early hours of Friday morning.
Detective Senior Constable Witham said the ute was parked near a caravan and the keys for the ute were taken from the caravan.
She said crime scene officers had attended the park and the ute’s registration number was XLB975.
Senior Constable Witham said a Toyota Hilux and the Holden Commodore Omega sedan were also taken from a property in Timor Street on Thursday night.
She said one vehicle was unlocked and the offenders had then used a roller door remote control to open the garage and steal keys for the other vehicle.
The Hilux was involved in a petrol drive off in Colac at about 8am Friday.
There have also been reports it was seen in Geelong and evaded police in Geelong West.
It's believed the Barton’s Waste signs have been removed.
The 2010 white Hilux ute has the registration plates of YDG 720 and has a silver steel tool box on the tray.
Anyone who sights the vehicles should call triple-0 and anyone with any information should contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.