Police make arrests after Wayville crash, South Australia

Four men have been arrested after a car crashed into a gas pipe at Wayville this evening.

About 6.30pm Wednesday 10 April, police were at an address on Rose Terrace for an unrelated matter when a motorbike and grey Holden sedan allegedly arrived at the scene.

Police suspected the motorbike to be stolen and spoke to the rider. At this time police attempted to also speak to the driver of the car. It will be alleged driver of the car became aggressive and reversed at speed crashing into a gas pipe before fleeing the scene on foot.

Police dog PD Zac was called in to search for the man and tracked north on Hamilton Boulevard before locating him allegedly hiding behind bins at a Greenhill Road address.

The 38-year-old Morphett Vale man was arrested and is expected to be charged with driving manner dangerous. The rider of the motorbike received minor injuries and was taken to the Royal Adelaide Hospital for treatment; he is also expected to be charged with theft offences.

A 41-year-old from Klemzig and a 24-year-old Wayville man were also arrested for an unrelated theft matter.

Two motorbikes and the grey Holden sedan were towed from the scene.

Anyone with further information that may assist the investigation is asked to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or report on line at www.crimestopperssa.com.au

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