Police probe drive-off incident

Police wish to speak to this woman regarding the incident. 135324_01


POLICE have released images of a car they believe was involved in a drive-off at a Lynbrook petrol station earlier this month.
Police are still on the hunt for a woman believed to be involved in the incident, which injured an attendant at the United Petroleum petrol station around 9.30pm on Tuesday 3 February.
Investigators have been told that staff were alerted to a possible theft happening and a male staff member approached the vehicle.
He stood in front of it before it began to drive off.
The man jumped on to the car and fell off after the vehicle had travelled around 30 metres.
He sustained head and arm injuries and was taken to Dandenong Hospital.
The car believed to be involved is a white Toyota sedan. It had a NSW number plate OKC-502, which had previously been reported stolen.
The female driver has been described as a Caucasian with brown hair that was possibly a wig. Anyone with any information is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or submit a confidential crime report at www.crimestoppersvic.com.au