An elderly Adelaide man has been attacked with a hammer and had his car stolen after agreeing to do a good deed.
On Monday evening, a man aged in his early 20s approached the victim’s house and asked him if he would drive him to an address.
The older man, aged in his 70s, obliged, police said.
While the pair were on their way, the younger man allegedly assaulted the older man, hitting the victim in the head with a hammer.
The victim then crashed his white Ford sedan into an unoccupied car on Stuart Road in South Plympton.
Vision from the scene shows the younger man continuing to assault the older man after the crash.
He is then seen pushing the elderly man to the ground.
Police say the suspect then fled the scene in the victim’s car.
The victim received a minor head injury.
The suspect has been described as being Caucasian with a shaved head and a dark beard.
He was wearing a black long sleeve shirt, black Adidas tracksuit pants, white sneakers and had a red bum-bag on him at the time of the attack.
Anyone who spots the victim’s white 2011 Ford XR sedan, with registration plates S581AKT, is urged to call police on 131 444.
Anyone with further information is urged to contact crime stoppers.