On Saturday, a police car was rammed by a Mustang, which was among seven cars stolen from a Ford car dealership located in Melbourne south east.
A gang got into a car yard in Overton Road, Frankston, just after 3.30 am and utilized a crowbar to jemmy an essential safe.
Seven vehicles were stolen, consisting of a Mustang, 3 Territory SUVs, 2 G6E sedans and a Ranger.
Around 12.20 pm on Saturday, a member of the general public called authorities to report a Mustang driving unpredictably in Narre Warren South.
The caller followed the vehicle and kept cops upgraded with its location.
Authorities brought up along with the Mustang when it ended up being stuck in traffic in Lyndhurst.
Leading Senior Constable Julie-Anne Newman stated the motorist, a 22-year-old Carrum Downs man, has been alleged of break-in, car theft, key theft, hazardous and careless driving, careless endangerment and possessing drugs and proceeds of criminal activity.
He was remanded to show up at Melbourne Magistrates Court tomorrow.
2 of the stolen cars have been discovered after being dumped, and four remains missing.