A U-Haul truck that was reported stolen earlier this week has been found, according to Cranbrook RCMP.
Sgt. Katie Forgeron says that the U-Haul has been located and returned, and one person was arrested as a result and released for a future court date.
“Thank you to the community for providing information which led to the arrest of the individual and the return of the U-Haul,” Forgeron said.
The Cranbrook RCMP detachment had asked for help from the public in locating a U-Haul that was reportedly stolen out of Edmonton.
Police suspected that the vehicle was parked along back roads or camped in green spaces around the area.
On May 3 they responded to a “suspicious vehicle” parked in the bush near Fraggle Rock, which is located at the entrance of the Cranbrook Community Forest on Hwy 3/95.
“Officers attended and spoke with two individuals who had been camping for the night,” Forgeron said in a press release. “They advised they would be moving along. Later that afternoon, Edmonton Police Services advised that the U-Haul was stolen from their point.”