Police investigate Geelong police car rammings

Police have a warrant for the arrest of 20-year-old Jack Hall in relation to a number of police car rammings today.

Three police cars have been rammed after attempting to intercept a stolen car in Geelong this morning.

Police spotted two stolen vehicles, a red Ford Mondeo and a Mazda CX5 on the Princes Hwy, Corio about 11.45am.

An attempt was made to intercept the red Mondeo in Leonis Court, Corio where a police vehicle was rammed about 12.15pm.

A female occupant of the car attempted to flee on foot and was arrested at the scene.

It is believed a man who was also an occupant of the car, then stole a silver Ford Mondeo from an address near the collision.

Police attempted to intercept the silver Mondeo on Blair Court Norlane, and again on Separation Street, North Geelong.

On both occasions police vehicles were rammed by the silver Mondeo.

No police were injured as a result of the collisions.

The silver Mondeo was last seen on the Princes Freeway heading towards Lara.

The Mazda CX5 was recovered from Ulladulla Street, Norlane.

The investigation into the incidents remain ongoing and police have released an image of Hall, who usually resides in Lara.

Anyone who sighted any of the vehicles, has information or who may see Hall is urged to contact Triple Zero (000).

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