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This man in Australia moved fast when he saw a thief making off with his car.

Newly released surveillance footage shows the car owner doing an incredible running jump – through his window – as he realizes it’s about to be stolen.

The video, released by Northern Territory Police last night, begins with the owner walking in seemingly to pay at a gas station.

Mere seconds later – you'll notice the man hasn’t even entered the store yet – we see another man approaching the car.

As he starts to drive away, the owner runs out and impeccably jumps in, right through the window.

Footage then shows the attempted thief running off down the street.

Police have identified the suspect as alleged repeat offender Timothy Slater. They are now urging anyone with information of his whereabouts to come forward.


Attempted Car Theft - Malak

Call for information – DarwinNorthern Territory Police are calling on the public for information on the whereabouts of 24-year-old Timothy Slater.Detective Acting Senior Sergeant Mark Bland said Timothy is wanted by Police for a string of alleged offences including aggravated assault, unlawful use of a motor vehicle and stealing.“We are also interested in talking to him in relation to an attempted car theft on 30 November 2015 at a Malak service station. “Timothy is described as being of Indigenous appearance, 170cm tall and of medium build with black hair. “Police urge members of the public to not approach Timothy, but to report all information to them on 131 444 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.”

Posted by Northern Territory Police, Fire and Emergency Services on Tuesday, January 12, 2016

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