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The damaged Portland police divisional van.A PORTLAND police divisional van was rammed and immobilised after attempting a routine interception early yesterday morning.
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Sergeant Gavin Slade, of Portland police, said a police patrol crew decided to intercept a dark-coloured vehicle, believed to be a Holden Commodore, on the Lee Breakwater Road in Portland at 4.50am.

“Police attempted a routine intercept of a vehicle that had been driven erratically on the fairly narrow road which has ocean on both sides,” he said.

“The officers in the van activated their emergency lights. The driver of the vehicle ignored the lights and attempted to pass the police vehicle travelling in the opposite direction.

“The vehicle collided with the front end of the police car.”

Sergeant Slade said the divisional van suffered damage to its steering and was unable to be driven.

“The dark-coloured vehicle has then sped off heading north along Bentinck Street out of town,” he said.

“Police are investigating, but registration plate numbers were not noted. The two police officers in the van were not injured, but they were very surprised by the actions of the other driver.”

Sergeant Slade said the divisional suffered panel damage but the major issue was the steering.

“Forensic evidence was obtained from the collision scene and is being examined by our crime scene officers,” he said.

“We conducted a search of the city looking for the vehicle. Any witnesses or anyone with information about the collision is requested to contact the Portland police or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.”

Meanwhile, Hamilton police are investigating the theft of a safe from the James Dean Pharmacy in Learmonth Street overnight Sunday.

Sergeant Paul Stanhope said the safe was reported stolen from the chemist outlet near the Hamilton hospital just before 7am yesterday.

The safe was recovered near the pharmacy, minus its contents of cash and medication.

He said officers were pursuing a number of lines of investigation. Anyone with information is requested to contact the Hamilton police crime investigation unit detectives or Crime Stoppers.

A 17-year-old Hamilton youth was also cautioned after stealing a remote-control car valued at $500 from Toyworld in Hamilton’s Lonsdale Street yesterday.

The theft happened at about 9.15am when the youth bolted from the store with the car. A description was quickly obtained and police were able to arrest the offender soon after .

The youth was cautioned and released and the toy recovered.

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