A white sports car with no registration plates was found dumped in Sydney’s southwest last night following a high-speed crash.
The Ferrari 488, estimated to be worth more than half a million dollars, was driven through a wall at about 9pm last night, witnesses say. The driver was apparently speeding down 15th Ave in Austral when he lost control.
The driver lost control as another vehicle turned into a place of worship. Picture: TNVSource:Supplied
The vehicle ploughed through a fence, rolling and landing on its roof in a drain. Picture: TNVSource:Supplied
Two people allegedly freed themselves from the wreck and ran off. Picture: TNVSource:Supplied
@7NewsSydney@9NewsSyd@10NewsFirst@10NewsFirstSyd@dailytelegraph@DailyMailAU#Austral 15thAVE pic.twitter.com/jMoJxoz6P1— Auburn_2144 (@auburn_2144) 14 July 2019
Two men allegedly freed themselves from the wreck before bolting from the scene.
“Police still haven’t located the driver,” a NSW Police spokeswoman told Nine.
“They are looking into the incident and will make inquiries into the owner of the vehicle.”
This particular model can reach 100km/h in about three seconds, with a top speed of 330km/h.
Police and a fire crew attended the scene. Picture: TNVSource:Supplied
Police reportedly used dogs in an attempt to track the offenders with no luck. Picture: TNVSource:Supplied
Police are still investigating. Picture: TNVSource:Supplied