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Geelong police search for man, boy thrown from motorbike in Robin Ave Norlane

The crash occurred on Robin Avenue, Norlane, a northern suburb of Geelong. Photo: Google MapsA man and a young boy were thrown from a motorbike in a crash on Monday afternoon only to casually walk away from the scene, leaving the driver of a car injured and confused.
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Geelong police are now searching for the motorbike rider, who was wearing only shorts and thongs and no helmet, when the crash occurred on Robin Avenue in Norlane.

The boy, who is described as being around seven years old, was wearing a helmet and what appeared to be a school polo shirt.

The motorbike crashed into a Toyota sedan, as its driver was making a U-turn about 4pm.

The two riders were thrown over the bike, and the car, and landed on the road.

With the help of an unidentified passerby, the rider and the young boy got up and walked away without exchanging details with the Toyota driver.

Police have been unable to find the motorcycle, the rider, or the child.

The driver of the car suffered minor cut to the head from some smashed glass.

Senior Constable Jamie Kahle from the Geelong Highway Patrol said investigators were confident they would be able to track down the rider and the damaged motorcycle with the help of the community.

Anyone who witnessed the incident or with any information is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

This story Administrator ready to work first appeared on Nanjing Night Net.

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