The 18-year-old has been a victim in the Renault cabriolet in Frankston, a suburb of Melbourne, when she was dragged from the vehicle and beaten. Her attackers had just been involved in a collision with several cars, they were hunted by the police.
Police were this morning still hunting to the men.
Two vehicles of the police, with a number of other parked vehicles were rammed, when they attempted to intercept the theft of a Nissan X-trail in a parking lot at Seaford about 7.30 pm last night.
The offenders have fled, leaving behind him a 35-year-old woman who is now facing charges on the theft of the car, and were pursued by the police, which resulted in a short period of time when it became dangerous.
Then, they were involved in a head-on collision on Frankston-Cranbourne Rd before until four men got out and confronted the teen.
The Police said that several cars stopped at the scene.
â€œThe victim, an 18-year-old Skye woman, was dragged a short distance and suffered minor injuries. She was taken to the hospital for treatment,â€ a spokesman for the police said
It is believed that she has lost several teeth in the attack and are in need of plastic surgery.
His car was found dumped a short time later on Wettenhall Road, Frankston.
The Police at the scene of the car lift.
Nelly Rangiuira told Melbourne Herald Sun , the three men tried to break into his ute.
â€œThey are out of their car, which crashed into the black car in front of me and tried to take my car,â€ Mr. Rangiuira.
He heard one of the men yell to another, â€œgrab the gunâ€.
He had been a witness of the teenager several punches in the face.
After the Renault has been dumped, the police believe that the offenders then used a gold Volkswagen Golf, which was seen driving erratically along McClelland Drive.
The Police gave chase, but the second pursuit was again terminated for safety reasons.
One of the men involved is perceived as being of caucasian appearance and was wearing a white baseball cap and black T-shirt.
Another is supposed to have a tattoo on his neck.
All the people involved are believed to have suffered injuries during these incidents, and as a result, the expected visible wounds.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Crime stoppers on 1800 333 000.