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A man has been arrested after allegedly going on a car-smashing spree in Melbourne's inner south-east this morning.
The 21-year-old man allegedly smashed the windows of 14 cars parked on Toorak Road in South Yarra with a brick.
The owner of a nearby cafe witnessed the ordeal and chased down the alleged suspect, with other passers-by tackling the man to perform a citizen's arrest.
"The 21-year-old South Yarra man allegedly broke the windows with a brick before he was arrested by passers-by," a police statement read.
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"He has been conveyed to hospital for assessment."
Investigators have appealed for any further victims or members of the public who assisted in the arrest to contact Prahran Police Station on 9520 5200.
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