Police say a 2005 Ford F350 was stolen from the 1000 block of Fox Mountain Road between July 25 and 26.
“There was a club on the steering wheel, some broken glass, and both keys are accounted for,” said Staff Sgt. Del Byron of the Williams Lake RCMP Monday.
The RCMP are also looking for information after receiving a complaint of a man appearing to wave a handgun inside a vehicle Friday.
At 5:12 p.m. July 24, someone called to alert the police they had seen three First Nations males, in their late teens and early 20s, inside a black Chevrolet Ventura Van parked outside the TD Bank on Borland and Second Avenue North.
One of the males, wearing a black hat and black shirt, appeared to be waving a handgun.
“The caller drove away because he didn’t want to be by the vehicle, but when the police showed up, the van was gone,” Byron said, noting the matter is still under investigation.
On Saturday, July 25, the RCMP responded to two vehicle rollovers.
The first call came in at 9:13 a.m. reporting that a Honda had rolled over several times.
A driver going north toward Dog Creek Road while travelling on the Chimney Lake Road, swerved to avoid a deer and lost control.
The vehicle was discovered upside down, however, the driver sustained no injuries.
The second call came in at 12:19 p.m. after a lone occupant suffered minor injuries when the vehicle he was driving rolled over on Highway 20, 1.9 kilometres west of the Becher’s Pond Recreation Site at Riske Creek.
“He lost control travelling east, going around a corner. He over corrected three times and went off the road left, rolling,” Byron said, adding there were rainy conditions at the time.