Huge police search in Penticton possibly linked to vehicle crash
Howard Alexander - News Editor
A crash between a car and van in Penticton may have sparked a massive police search last night, Saturday, June 18, 2016.
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June 19, 2016 - 10:18 AM
PENTICTON – RCMP won’t comment on a two-vehicle car crash in Penticton last night, which may be connected to a police search involving the RCMP helicopter.
There was a collision involving a car and van in the intersection of Paris Street and Brandon Avenue at around 7 p.m., June 18.
The three occupants of the van jumped out and fled on foot, according to a Global Okanagan report. Police apparently made one arrest immediately, but it appears two others got away.
The RCMP helicopter along with numerous police vehicles and officers conducted a search, the report says.
RCMP will not comment on last night’s events saying a statement will be released tomorrow.
Location of a collision involving a car and van in the intersection of Paris Street and Brandon Avenue at around 7 p.m., June 18.
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