The Regina Police Service is continuing to investigate a string of events involving up to three stolen vehicles and a number of collisions. On Tuesday, September 13, 2016, at approximately 7:52 a.m., police were dispatched to the area of North McDonald Street and Hodsman Road for a collision and rollover. Witnesses reported a grey Jeep had rolled and the occupants of the vehicle fled the scene. Investigation indicates the Jeep was southbound on McDonald, when it almost hit a semi, then struck another southbound vehicle before hitting a tree and rolling. Three occupants exited the Jeep and got into a blue car, which fled the scene. Investigators have determined the Jeep was earlier reported stolen out of Indian Head. An area search by police did not initially locate the blue sedan. It was later seen by other patrol and street crimes members in east Regina.
At approximately 8:48 a.m., police were dispatched to a business on the 1700 block of Prince of Wales Drive for the report of a motor vehicle incident involving a blue car. The vehicle was stopped and two individuals, a male youth and female youth, were arrested by police at the scene. A third person fled in a black truck, driven by an adult female. A police vehicle was damaged while attempting to stop the truck; however, the truck evaded police and fled. The female youth was taken to hospital for treatment of minor injuries. The blue sedan was confirmed to be a stolen vehicle and is alleged to be the same vehicle that fled from the collision on McDonald Street and Hodsman Road.
Police are searching for the driver and occupants of a black Dodge Ram 2500 truck, with significant damage to the driver’s side door and the rear bumper. The vehicle is stolen, with a stolen license plate.
This investigation is ongoing with charges anticipated. Anyone who has information to assist police in this investigation is asked to contact the Regina Police Service at 306-777-6500 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477. If you witnessed this incident and have photos from this incident, please contact Police at 306-529-0587.