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A man who stole three cars and evaded authorities in "three hours of anarchy" that stretched between the New South Wales border and the suburbs of Brisbane remains on the run, police have said.
The Queensland Police Service (QPS) has released PolAir vision of the chase and the name and image of the man wanted over the incident.
The chase began about 12:00pm on Tuesday when a vehicle earlier stolen from NSW drove off without paying for petrol at Wallangarra, almost 260 kilometres south-west of Brisbane.
A tyre deflation device failed to stop him on the Cunningham Highway however he dumped the car at Fassifern, in the Scenic Rim, and stole another before continuing on to Brisbane.
PHOTO: Queensland police are looking for Wade Lawrence Jackson, 30, in relation to the incident.(Supplied: Queensland Police Service)
The man eventually dumped the second stolen car at Mansfield in Brisbane's south but stole another after demanding keys and threatening to assault a man outside a nearby home about 2:40pm.
Police said the man was last seen driving a blue Hyundai Getz with registration 667 KGO near the Gateway Motorway.
He is believed to be in the greater Brisbane area.
Detectives believe Wade Lawrence Jackson, 30, can assist them with their investigation.
They have urged anyone who sees Mr Jackson not to approach him but to contact triple-0.
He is described as being Aboriginal, about 180 centimetres tall, bald, with a muscular build.
"It's important that he is taken into custody, this is three hours of anarchy endangering the members of the community both on the road and when he steals the car, and certainly a carefree attitude to wilful damage to property," QPS Superintendent Jim Keogh said.
-来自 ABC NEWS
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