Kimberley resident arrested in stolen vehicle

Kimberly resident who has outstanding warrants from Calgary as well as Kimberley

  • Oct. 26, 2016 5:00 p.m.

BC RCMP

On October 25th, 2016 at approximately 8:00pm,  Cranbrook RCMP received information of a possible location of a stolen vehicle bearing Alberta plate BTY7944. Police located the vehicle and the driver fled at high speed. Police did not pursue.  The vehicle was located again on Hwy 3/95 where the vehicle was boxed in by police and the lone occupant was safely taken into custody. There were no injuries during this event to report. The suspect is a Kimberly resident who has outstanding warrants from Calgary as well as Kimberley and is currently awaiting disposition for several other offences.

S/Sgt. LEE of the Cranbrook RCMP commends the officers involved for their diligence and quick thinking in bringing this situation to a safe end.

 

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