Police are investigating a hit and run crash in Ecklin South on Monday.
Terang police Senior Constable Melissa Gray said the collision occured at the intersection of Ayrford Road and the Warrnambool-Cobden Road at 12.40pm.
"A Toyota Landcruiser ran through a stop sign and collided into the side of a milk tanker," she said.
"The motorist in the Landcruiser failed to stop at the scene before exchanging any details."
Senior Constable Gray said the milk tanker received minor damage to its wheels and was unable to dive away from the scene.
Noone was injured.
"The driver of any vehicle involved in a collission is required by law to stop and exchange details with any other driverse involved," Senior Constable Gray said.
"Any witnesses should contact myself at Terang police station."
The penalties for failing to stop after an accident can attract fines of more than $700 and 14 days' jail for a first offence, or one month for subsequent offences.
Anyone with information should contact Terang police on 5592 1058 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
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