Damage caused to house after stolen pick-up truck crashes in Doncaster street

Damage was caused to a house and wall after a collision in Doncaster
Damage was caused to a house and wall after a collision in Doncaster

A house was damaged after a stolen pick-up truck and a van were involved in a collision in a Doncaster street.

Emergency services were alerted to the smash in Princess Avenue, Stainforth, on Tuesday night and found that a stolen pick-up truck had ploughed into a house - damaging the brickwork and a window.

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It smashed through a garden wall and careered over the garden before hitting the house.

Nobody in the property was injured in the incident.

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The drivers of both vehicles involved left the scene of the collision before police officers arrived.

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A hunt for the duo is now under way.

A South Yorkshire Police spokeswoman said: "At around 10.15pm on Tuesday, June 12, ) it is reported that a white Ford Iveco van and a pick-up truck had been involved in a collision on Princess Avenue, Stainforth.
"Damage was caused to a garden wall and to the side of a house on the street.

"No one was injured.

"Both drivers left the scene and at this time have not been identified.
"Officers investigating believe the pick-up to be stolen."

Anyone with information should call South Yorkshire Police on 101 and quote incident number 1,030 of June 12.