Maidstone, Sask. RCMP responded to a severe theft incident on Sunday morning that concerned a truck forcing a automotive off the freeway.
Preliminary investigation signifies a darkish, four-door pickup truck pressured a white automotive travelling on Freeway 3 off the street.
The incident occurred round 6:30 a.m. within the rural municipality of Britannia close to the communities of Paradise Hill and Frenchman Butte.
The truck then rammed the automotive and a firearm was pointed on the lone driver of the automotive, in response to officers.
The driving force of the automotive was in a position to escape and didn’t report any bodily accidents.
The people within the truck weren’t identified to them.
Maidstone RCMP patrolled the realm however didn’t discover the automobiles.
Officers proceed to patrol the encompassing communities.
The RCMP stated the truck can have harm to the suitable rear bumper with white paint on it.
There have been three individuals reported to be within the truck on the time.
One man is five-foot-ten inches tall with a slender construct and was sporting a black bandana over his face and glasses. One girl is described as having black hair worn in a bun and was about 20 years outdated. A second girl has blond/orange shoulder-length hair and was sporting denims and a crimson plaid shirt.
Officers are additionally on the lookout for a tan brown van with a cracked windshield, which can be believed to be concerned on this incident.
RCMP says there may very well be as many as 4 occupants on this car, although there aren’t any descriptions of them out there.
If anybody has details about this incident or have seen the automobiles, they’re requested to name Maidstone RCMP at 306-893-4800, name 310-RCMP or 911 in an emergency.
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