Officers are continuing their search for someone who fled police in Long Gully yesterday, triggering a manhunt through streets around Derwent Drive.
Police executed an arrest warrant yesterday at a house in Derwent Drive but the man fled before he was arrested.
A police spokesman said the operation was related to a stolen car that rammed a police vehicle.
The car, a red Holden Gemini, was stolen from Numurkah. Police said it rammed a police car yesterday.
Police attended a Derwent Drive address with an arrest warrant this afternoon, but when officers arrived a man fled via the rear of the property.
An extensive search of the area has so far failed to find the man.
The Gemini was towed from the scene in Derwent Drive.
Police had the street blocked but it has since re-opened.
Investigations will continue.
Police are now moving through the area on foot.
Members are making their way through Derwent Drive and up Energetic Street.
They are also talking with neighbours.
The police helicopter is still hovering.
Police have also searched a creek underneath Derwent Drive and surrounding grasslands.
A POLICE operation is under way in Derwent Drive, Long Gully.
Plain clothes officers, uniformed and highway patrol members are on scene.
A police helicopter has also been in the area.
Derwent Drive in Bendigo is blocked between Stray Street and Humboldt Drive.
The police canine unit is also on scene.
There are more than 20 officers on Derwent Drive.
Another unit is on Stray Street.
There is also a tow truck at the site that is removing a red hatchback from the scene.
More to come
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