Koroit police have been asked for assistance to locate a speeding driver.
A blue Holden Captiva failed to stop for police in Killarney on Friday night.
Sergeant Pat Day said the vehicle was was driving at high speeds and overtaking other cars at 11.40pm between Port Fairy and Killarney.
"The Koroit police members located the vehicle in Killarney," Sergeant Day said.
"It was still speeding and driving dangerously and failed to stop when we tried to pull it over.
"It was last seen travelling towards Tower hill at a high speed."
Sergeant Day said police were also seeking information from members of the public after a vacant property in King Street was damaged.
"The house has been vacant for a few months and has been broken into and damage caused to the fixtures and someone has graffitied the walls in the lounge and kitchen," Sergeant Day said.
"We have had some issues in the town lately with young persons being out and about in the night causing damage and getting into vacant properties."
Sergeant Day urged anyone who had information about the vehicle or damage to the home to contact the Koroit police station on 5565 8202.
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