A man wanted in a midtown hit-and-run last week was allegedly involved in a second crash on Wednesday morning, colliding with two police cruisers.

Toronto police say Steven Paul Brunswick, 47, hit two cruisers that were attempting to stop him near Bathurst Street and Lawrence Avenue West just before 2 a.m.

Brunswick was able to drive away.

Officers are looking for a dark-coloured Volkswagen Golf that is believed to be stolen.

Brunswick allegedly stole a Mercedes-Benz from a Toronto home on Dec. 1. and was then spotted driving the car near Eglinton Avenue East and Laird Drive on Friday.

Police tried to pull over the driver, but he jumped a curb and raced down a sidewalk packed with pedestrians. Three people had minor injuries.

Police say the driver and a woman who was also in the vehicle were allegedly involved in a robbery at a nearby Winners store before the hit-and-run.

Saying it was like “a scene from Hollywood,” a witness told CityNews he saw police draw their guns to try and stop the stolen black Mercedes.

Police are looking for Brunswick on an attempted-murder charge stemming from Friday’s crash and are urging him to surrender. Brunswick allegedly tried to run over a police officer as he fled.