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TIMMINS POLICE INVESTIGATING STOLEN VEHICLE

The Timmins Police Service is in receipt of a report of a stolen vehicle today where assistance from the public is now being sought.
The vehicle was stolen from a driveway of a Craig Street residence where it had been parked since Saturday, February 2nd at approximately 4:00 p.m.
The complainant is the only know possessor of the only set of keys for the vehicle.
A review of area video cameras is underway as well as a canvas of the neighborhood for information regarding this theft.
The truck is believed to have had between a quarter and half a tank of diesel fuel at the time of the theft.
The stolen vehicle is described as a white 2013 Chevrolet Silverado Duramax 3500 diesel pickup truck with a four-door cab, and a value of approximately $33,000
Additionally, the vehicle has the following distinguishing descriptors:
– black accents around the wheel fenders
– aftermarket black front and rear bumpers
– a child’s seat in rear passenger side location
– a box liner with 5th wheel attachment installed
– a Back Rack © installed behind rear window
– Line X coating throughout the undercarriage of the truck
– Odometer reading of approximately 180,000 kilometers
The Timmins Police Service is appealing to anyone with viable information to call the Timmins Police at 705-264-1201, quoting incident # TI19002452
Those persons wishing to remain anonymous can always call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.