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Police Search For Two Drivers Following Dangerous Driving Incidents Last Week

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Port Lincoln Police are search for two drivers following separate incidents of dangerous driving late last week. 

At about 1.30pm last Thursday, police attempted to stop a black Toyota single cab utility with a red canopy, registration S014BCJ on Western Approach Road. 

Police pursued the utility for a short distance before terminating due to safety concerns. 

The second incident occurred at just before 10.30pm on Friday when a white dual cab utility collided with the front of a property on Althorpe Avenue. 

Extensive damage was caused to the fence and structures behind it. The vehicle reversed and drove off it was last seen heading along Flinders Avenue. 

Anyone with information regarding these incidents is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000. 

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