NOWRA Police are still searching for a man who led officers on a high speed chase through the South Nowra area and Nowra Hill on Wednesday morning.
Police had been searching for the man for several days and wanted to interview him in relation to a number of matters.
The man was spotted by police at South Nowra and allegedly fled police on foot, before jumping into a white Ford Ranger tray-back utility.
He then led officers through the South Nowra road works on the Princes Highway reaching speeds of up to 120km/h in a 60 zone.
At one stage at the roundabout at Central Avenue the man allegedly reversed the vehicle into the pursuing police car.
The pursuit continued south on the highway with police ready to deploy road spikes south of Falls Creek at the Falls Road intersection.
The allegedly stolen vehicle turned onto BTU Road, where speeds increased up to 140km/h in an 80 zone, with the vehicle allegedly crossing to the incorrect side of the roadway, including overtaking a vehicle on double yellow lines on a bend.
The pursuit continued up over Nowra Hill towards HMAS Albatross and down onto Albatross Road, reaching speeds of up to 120km/h in a 60 zone when it was terminated.
The vehicle was last seen travelling west on Albatross Road.
A number of police vehicles conducted searches in the area including Braidwood Road, Albatross Road and Cabbage Tree Lane, while further south officers also conducted searches of Parma and Turpentine roads.
Police searched a number of local properties throughout Wednesday, with a crime scene established in Quinns Lane South Nowra, while a property west of Nowra was also searched.
Police are remaining tight-lipped about the operations, however the police helicopter, PolAir, was also called in late Wednesday afternoon to search bushland west of Nowra.
Police dogs and officers on motorbikes searched a number of bush tracks in the area.