Eight arrested after chase

The police air wing were involved in the extended follow of eight males in two stolen cars across Wyndham on Monday. (Victoria Police) 414233_01

Police have arrested eight people in two stolen cars after an extended follow ending in Point Cook and Laverton North on Monday afternoon.

It is alleged the stolen Subaru and Kia vehicles were being driven erratically while travelling through the Wyndham and Melton areas on June 17.

Officers, with assistance from the police air wing, deployed stop sticks on Heaths Road, Hoppers Crossing, immobilising the Subaru Impreza sedan about 12.15pm.

The Subaru continued onto Forsyth Road, Tarneit, before it lost control shortly later.

Four males exited the car and allegedly attempted to flee from police.

Three males were arrested on The Strand and one male was arrested in the backyard of a Central Park Avenue property about 12.20pm.

The air wing then tracked the second car, a Kia Sorrento SUV, travelling on Fitzgerald Road, Laverton North just after 1pm.

Police smashed a window on the Kia before arresting all four occupants at the scene.

Two other vehicles were impacted during the arrest however there were no reported injuries.

It is believed the Kia was stolen from a property on Tarton Street, Tarneit, on Monday morning and the Subaru was stolen from a property on Steele Street, Newport, on Thursday, June 13.

The Subaru was allegedly involved in a theft on Derrimut Road, Hoppers Crossing and an aggravated burglary on Derrimut Road, Tarneit, on Friday, June 14.

The eight males, ranging in ages from 15 to 17 years old, are currently assisting police with their inquiries.