Stolen car crashed into pole at Dry Creek, South Australia

Police are looking for the driver of a stolen car that crashed at Dry Creek this morning.

The blue Subaru sedan was stolen from a Hillbank service station after the victim left the engine running while he popped into the servo just before 4am on Thursday 7 February.

The car crashed into a Stobie pole on Cavan Road, Dry Creek just after 6.30am and the driver ran off.

Police searched the area but did not locate the suspect, who is described as of Aboriginal appearance, about 183cm tall, with facial hair and a ponytail.

The stolen vehicle was extensively damaged in the crash. It was seized and towed away for forensic examination.

Investigations are continuing. Anyone with information is asked to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or online at

Police remind the public to never leave their vehicles unlocked or with the keys in the ignition, even if it is only for a few moments.

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