Trail RCMP seek help in solving hit and run

Accident happend on evening of Oct. 24 in Trail at 3B and Second Ave.

Trail RCMP are investigating a hit and run vehicle incident that occurred on Highway 3B at Second Ave in Trail on Oct. 24 at approximately 6:30 p.m.

The victim vehicle was driving east bound over the  Trail bridge and stopped at Second Ave. to make a right turn when they were struck from behind by another vehicle.

The suspect vehicle was described as a dark green or black American made pick up truck with white lettering on the tailgate. The truck will have substantial damage to its front bumper and a partial licence plate may be DR 08.. The suspect driver was described as a bald Caucasian male in his mid 30’s.

Minor injuries were suffered and witnesses were on scene, the Trail RCMP are looking for any further information that anyone may have. If you have information regarding this incident please contact the Trail RCMP at 250-364-2566.


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