Truck burned, tools stolen from Emcon

Midway RCMp are asking for the public’s help.

Midway RCMP are seeking the public’s help after a break in at Emcon last week.

In a news release published Friday, RCMP note the break-in took place sometime during the night on Oct. 21 at the Emcon compound and building in Midway.

The yellow Emcon truck was located, on fire, in the early morning of Oct. 22 near Baldy Mountain Road. Numerous other tools were stolen during the break-in, RCMP added. The truck is a yellow Chevy Silverado.

“Midway RCMP are actively investigating this break and enter, the release notes.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Midway RCMP at 250-449-2244 or CrimeStoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

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