Police appeal for help to identify motorcycle rider who killed dog after pursuit

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Jackson BarrettSouth Western Times
Police are appealing for the public to help identify this motorcycle rider.
Camera IconPolice are appealing for the public to help identify this motorcycle rider.

South West Police are attempting to identify the driver of a motorcycle who killed a dog while evading officers in Carey Park on Monday.

Police attempted to pull over a motorcycle with the registration ‘KILLERTYRES’ as it was being ridden along Brittain Road at around 3.50pm on Monday afternoon.

Officers activated lights and sirens but the driver failed to stop for police, turning left onto Ecclestone Street and continuing north.

After the evade police intercept had been terminated, the motorcycle collided with a dog who was trying to cross the road at the time.

Th dog died from its injuries.

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Officers from the South West Traffic section are appealing for information to identify the driver.

Anyone who was in the area at the timee and can assist in identifying the rider of the motorcyce is asked to contact CrimeStoppers on 1300 333 000 or file a report online via crimestoppers.com.au

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