Kermeos police looking for suspicious white truck

Keremeos police are looking for a suspicious white truck used in an attempt theft of a flat deck trailer.

 

The police are looking for the public’s assistance to identify a suspicious white pickup truck whose occupants attempted to steal a flat deck trailer over night Monday.

Cpl. Kat Thain said the newer white Dodge pickup was seen on 10th Avenue with the driver and possible two other occupants were trying to steal the trailer around 3:45 a.m.

“We do have a suspect in mind but are hoping maybe someone took down a plate or got a picture,” she said.

Also that night a newer white Dodge pickup was seen stealing a trailer in Osoyoos.

“If anyone saw anything we’re just encouraging them to call the detachment or CrimeStoppers,” she said.

Thain also issued a warning to driver’s of Honda Accords. The vehicles have been a target for thieves recently. The most recent case happened Monday with an Accord stolen from 10th Avenue and then later recovered in Keremeos after being driven around for several hours.

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