POLICE are searching for two males who fled the scene of a crash in White Hills in the early hours of Monday morning.
The crash left a gaping hole in the building.
Officers are yet to identify the driver and passenger of the maroon Holden Commodore, Victoria police said in a statement.
"Police are continuing to investigate the exact circumstances of the incident," a spokesperson said.
Anyone who witnessed the crash or with dash-cam footage is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or submit a confidential report via www.crimestoppersvic.com.au
A HUGE hole has appeared in a building at the intersection of the Midland Highway and Lyons Street, White Hills.
It is understood a red sedan hit a wall on Sunday night after 11pm.
One witness said the car's bonnet went through the wall.
The building is a commercial premises that was previously home to an Asian goods store.
The damaged wall is often used by an advertising company to promote wares on the busy intersection.
The remains of one advertisement is among a pile of bricks on the footpath, which has been cordoned off.
Pedestrians can still navigate the area, as can cars driving through the intersection.
The Bendigo Advertiser has contacted police and Fire Rescue Victoria and is awaiting confirmation of exactly what happened.
Both services attended the incident.
Paramedics were called but did not treat anyone at the scene, Ambulance Victoria has confirmed.
A previous version of this story incorrectly named a section of Lyons Street as Holdsworth Road. It has since been corrected.
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