Hunt for hit-run driver

A black Ford Territory was believed to have been involved in a hit-run crash in Dandenong on Friday 26 April.

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A hit-run driver has fled a two-vehicle crash that injured two teenage pedestrians in Dandenong.

A Toyota Camry had stopped to give way to the pedestrians crossing at Herbert Street near a roundabout at the corner of Cleeland Street about 3.40pm on Friday 26 April.

Police have been told a black Ford Territory struck the Camry from behind, causing it to strike the pedestrians.

A woman driving the Territory allegedly reversed and drove away, west on Cleeland Street. Police say she may have had children in the backseat.

The front of the Territory was likely to have been significantly damaged, police say.

The pedestrians, a 16-year-old Dandenong South girl and a 17-year-old Dandenong girl, received minor injuries.

Police are continuing to investigate the incident. No arrests have yet been made.

Any information to Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or crimestoppersvic.com.au

 

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