WARRNAMBOOL police are this morning still looking for a purple Holden Commodore SS sedan believed to have been involved in nine police pursuits.
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Senior Constable Troy Wearne, of the Warrnambool police district tasking unit, said officers arrested the alleged driver Dylan Stone yesterday and police were today still seeking information in relation to the location of the car.

He said the vehicle may possibly have suffered damage to the front driver-side quarter panel.

Dylan Stone, 19, of Harbour Mews, did not apply for bail in the Warrnambool Magistrates Court yesterday and has been remanded in custody until Friday, March 16.

He has been charged with 44 offences including multiple driving matters and trafficking three different sorts of drugs.

The full list of charges includes counts of using a false document, reckless conduct endangering life, driving in a manner dangerous, driving while disqualified, failing to stop when directed by police, trafficking ecstasy, cannabis and Oxycodone, handling stolen goods and possessing the proceeds of crime.

Police allege Mr Stone has been the driver of the purple Holden Commodore SS involved in nine police chases at speeds of up to 200km/h.

Those pursuits allegedly happened since November last year in Portland, Warrnambool, Panmure, Beaufort and three on one day in the Heywood/Macarthur district.

Senior Constable Wearne requested anyone with information contact the Warrnambool police or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

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