A white Holden Commodore sedan wanted by police for reaching speeds of 180 kilometres in the Stawell area on Wednesday was sighted by police driving north on Wiltshire Lane at Delacombe.
Victoria Police Air Wing has been called to the scene.
The occupants of a white Holden Commodore sedan which reached speeds up to 180 kilometers in the Stawell area on Wednesday morning are known to police.
Stawell Sergeant Bill Alford said they were wanted for an incident which occurred in Ballarat last week, but could not comment any further.
Police are still searching the area.
Police are still on the hunt for a white Holden Commodore sedan which reached speeds of 180 kilometres while travelling between Murtoa and Stawell.
The vehicle was last sighted heading into the township of Stawell on Darlington Road at around 11.15am.
Police have setup patrols on the Western Highway, but are yet to spot the car in the area.
Police believe the driver is from Sebastopol.
Police searching for a vehicle hurtling through Stawell are preparing to use stop sticks to intercept the reckless driver.
The white 1997 Holden Commodore sedan in question was last sighted on Darlington Road in Stawell.
The vehicle was driving from Murtoa, reaching speeds of up to 180 kilometres along the Donald-Stawell Road.
Drivers in the area should be cautious.
More to come.