Mandurah detectives looking for carpark hit and run driver who left false details

Mandurah detectives looking for carpark hit and run driver who left false details
Mandurah detectives looking for carpark hit and run driver who left false details
Mandurah detectives looking for carpark hit and run driver who left false details

MANDURAH detectives are on the hunt for a driver who left a note with fake contact information following a parking accident.

The incident occurred in Mandurah on October 27, outside Barracks Lane, between 12.10 and 1.20pm.

A white twin cab Ute, with an enclosed rear, reversed into a parked black Holden Ute.

Bystanders watched as the driver got out of his Ute and left behind contact details that police believe are fake.

The incident caused an estimated $1500 damage to the Holden.

Police believe the men wearing hi-visibility gear in the above photos can help with inquiries.

Call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or make a report online at crimestopperswa.com.au.