Police put call out for information

A hit and run in Greenwood have police asking for the public's help in finding the vehicle involved.

RCMP seek the public’s assistance in locating a white crew cab truck that may have been involved in a hit and run in Greenwood.

On Tuesday, May 13 at around 9:22 p.m. Midway RCMP responded to the hit and run report.

The suspect vehicle skidded down Gold Street and struck an enclosed trailer and another truck. The suspect vehicle also struck the stop sign at Highway 3 and Motherlode Road.

The suspect vehicle departed the area and was not located by patrolling members in Grand Forks or Midway.

If you have any information regarding this hit and run or see a vehicle that is similar with front-end damage please call Crime Stoppers or Midway RCMP.

 

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