Salmon Arm RCMP released this collage of images on June 25, 2020 from video surveillance footage recovered in connection with the theft of a tent trailer from a storage facility. The two unknown female suspects are connected to an older model Toyota pickup truck. (RCMP image)

Update: Salmon Arm RCMP provide images of suspects in tent trailer theft

Vehicle involved described as older model black Toyota pickup

UPDATE:

Salmon Arm RCMP have released images of suspects connected with a pickup truck that may have been involved in the theft of a tent trailer.

On Sunday, June 21, police received a complaint regarding a 2016 Jayco tent trailer that had come unhitched from a black pickup truck travelling along 15th Street SE.

Staff Sgt. Scott West said the trailer came to a full stop after hitting a tree. As for the truck, West said it fled the scene.

The truck was described as a small black pickup.

“It is believed that it may be a Mazda truck,” said West in the initial news release. “The driver of the truck is believed to be a female.”

West said investigating officers contacted the trailer’s owner, who advised it was supposed to have been in a storage facility. The trailer was towed from the scene and West said police were reviewing security footage to identify the suspect.

That footage has now been examined and RCMP have released images of two unknown female suspects associated with the suspect vehicle. The vehicle is confirmed to be an older model Toyota pickup truck, West said.

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Salmon Arm RCMP released surveillance footage on June 25, 2020 of a female suspect who was seen on the passenger side of an older model Toyota pickup that may have been involved in the theft of a tent trailer. (RCMP image)

Salmon Arm RCMP released surveillance footage on June 25, 2020 of a female suspect who was seen in the driver’s seat of an older model Toyota pickup that may have been involved in the theft of a tent trailer. (RCMP image)

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