Stolen Truck Involved in Morning Break-in – RCMP
Prince George, B.C. – Police are looking for the public’s help in locating a stolen vehicle they believe was involved in a break-in early this morning.
Corporal Craig Douglass says the truck was stolen at around 4:00 this morning from the parking lot of an apartment complex on the 1300 block of Foothills Boulevard in Prince George.
The stolen truck is described as:
- Forest green 2006 Ford F-350 pick-up
- Crew cab
- BC license plates KK3079
- Front bush bumper with winch
- Head ache rack and diamond plate tool box in the box
- Yellow forestry tag on front bumper displaying “GlayJhay” and three unknown numbers
Douglass says 15 minutes after the truck was stolen police received a report of a commercial alarm going off at an electronics store on Southridge Avenue.
He says officers arrived on scene and found that a vehicle matching the same description had smashed through the front door of the business.
The truck and two suspects were gone before police arrived. The suspects are described as Caucasian males one with a slim build and one heavier set, wearing zip up hoodies and carrying back packs.
Anyone with information is asked to call police at 250-561-3300 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.
At least they brought a vehicle big enough for what they were shopping for.
“Stolen Truck Involved in Morning Break-in – RCMP”
“Police are looking for the public’s help in locating a stolen vehicle they believe was involved in a break-in”
So either it was involved or was believed to be involved. Which one?
Caucasian? I am offended.
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