File photo

Quesnel RCMP looking for suspect after early morning car chase

Police attempted to apprehend a car thief Monday morning (June 10)

Quesnel RCMP are asking for the public’s help in apprehending a car thief.

“We had a report of a stolen car this morning,” said Sargent Chris Riddle. “We attempted to stop it, but it ran from us. Because it was unsafe to do so, we did not engage in a pursuit, and it was later located on the West Side.”

A police press release says RCMP responded to a complaint of an altercation outside an apartment on Abbott Drive, where a blue Honda Civic was also stolen.

The car was later seen travelling at high speeds along Lewis Drive.

Police patrolled the area and located the stolen vehicle unoccupied in an alley between Winder Street and Willis Street in West Quesnel.

The vehicle sustained some body damage, believed to be from hitting a curb.

No other damage was reported as a result of the theft.

The police are asking the public to contact them if they saw anyone in the area that looked suspicious, or if they have any video or CCTV of the stolen car or its inhabitants.

READ MORE: Tip from public helps RCMP recover stolen vehicle in Bouchie Lake

Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter

Just Posted

Cod Gone Wild brings Newfoundland-inspired Neighbourhood Rounds tradition to Quesnel

The Celtic fusion band will share songs from new Christmas album, The Neighbourhood Rounds, Nov. 28

‘Very disrespectful’: Cariboo first responder irked by motorists recording collisions on cellphones

Central Cariboo Search and Rescue deputy chief challenges motorists to break the habit

Next Quesnel Film Club showing is award-winning ‘satirical suspense drama’

The 2019 Palme d’Or-winning film Parasite will be shown Thursday, Nov. 21 at the Carib Theatre

Beaux Arts Bazaar runs until Dec. 24 in Quesnel

Local artists selling one-of-a-kind gifts at Quesnel Art Gallery

BC Cannabis Stores set to open in Williams Lake Nov. 27

BC Cannabis Stores is slated to open for business at 10 a.m. next Wednesday, Nov. 27.

B.C. politicians view supermodel’s transition journey on Transgender Day

Liberal MLA Jane Thornthwaite and New Democrat MLA Spencer Chandra Herbert appear in the documentary

1898 Yukon gold rush photo featuring Greta Thunberg look-alike sends internet into tailspin

Jokes erupted this week after a 120-year-old photo taken by Eric A. Hegg surfaced from archives

BC Ferries’ two new hybrid vessels set sail for B.C. from Romania

Two Island Class ferries to be in use by 2020

Distracted driving tickets not for ICBC revenue, B.C. minister says

Minister Mike Farnworth calls SenseBC analysis ‘nonsense’

CN Rail strike and lack of trucking alternatives stoke forest industry fears

Companies calling on the federal government to ‘do everything in its power’ to end the strike

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau unveils new Liberal cabinet

Pivotal role in his new cabinet for a minority-government era goes to Chrystia Freeland

B.C. mom, kids on bike turned away from Tim Hortons drive-thru

Car-free for years, Charity Millar ‘felt gross’ being denied service

B.C. woman puts call out for 10,000 personal, heartfelt Christmas cards for the homeless

Christmas Card Collective enters into third year of making spirits bright

No turn signals, double-parking among top concerns for B.C. drivers: poll

Two-thirds of B.C. drivers said that not using turn signals was their biggest pet peeve

Most Read