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Police dog wins hide and seek overnight

PD Chaos has arrested a man at Salisbury North in the early hours of this morning, while police are asking for witnesses to help with an assault on Franklin St.

SA Police Dog Chaos. Photo: SAPOL

SA Police Dog Chaos. Photo: SAPOL

SA police reported they spotted a suspicious-looking man near a Kawasaki motorbike along Diment Road at 2.25am this morning.

When they did a U-turn to speak to the man he ran into back streets.

Patrols set cordons while police dog Chaos was called in to assist.

Chaos tracked through the streets to a unit block on Moronga Street where she found the suspect hiding behind a car in the car park area.

The 37-year-old man was arrested and has been charged with unlawful possession and unassigned number plates.

The man was also wanted for a number of unrelated offences. He was refused bail and will appear in the Elizabeth Magistrates Court today.

The motorbike was towed from the scene.

Meanwhile, the police are investigating after a serious assault in the city overnight.

The victim was retrieving something from his car parked in the street on Franklin Street, near Elizabeth Street, when he was approached by a group of four people at about 1.45am.

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They opened his car doors, threatened him and demanded money.

During the struggle, the victim sustained stab wounds to his arm and leg.  He managed to run off, heading east, and a member of the public assisted him and rang the police.

The 37-year-old man was taken to the Royal Adelaide Hospital by ambulance.

The four suspects walked off empty-handed and were last seen heading west along Franklin Street.

They are described as a woman, about 175 cm tall, with a solid build and long hair, and three men, one with a beard and another wearing a beanie or mask.  They are all of Caucasian appearance.

Eastern District detectives and crime scene investigators attended and examined the crime scene overnight.

Police are calling on anyone who saw any suspicious activity or has any CCTV or dashcam footage from the area last night to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or online at www.crimestopperssa.com.au.

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