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Vehicle crashes into home

IN THE early morning hours of May 15 a vehicle struck the front of a small home on the 3100 Block of River Drive.

The driver of the vehicle sped off without care or concern for what they had just done.

Fortunately no one was injured and now the residents of the home may have to find other accommodations and the home owner will be having to make major repairs to the building, report RCMP.

"The exterior was a light green stucco and this paint may have rubbed off on the suspect vehicle," police continue.

The suspect’s vehicle likely suffered considerable damage as a result of the collision.

Anyone with information is asked to call the RCMP or Crimestoppers.

 

 

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