A photo of the power pole knocked over by a vehicle in Kitimat

Police seeking driver of vehicle which knocked out power to Kitimat

Police are seeking the driver of a vehicle which knocked out power to much of Kitimat on September 25.

The police are seeking the driver of a vehicle which hit a power pole and knocked out power to much of Kitimat for hours from approximately 3 a.m.

Police are speaking with the registered owner of the vehicle to find out who may have been driving at the time.

The red Ford pick-up sheered a power pole on Haisla Boulevard, about 200 metres north of the rail crossing towards the Rio Tinto Alcan smelter.

The driver had left by the time police arrived.

If you have any information about this or any other offence, contact Kitimat Detachment at 250-632-7111.If you wish to remain anonymous, please call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 or visit their web site at www.crimestoppers.ca . You do not have to give your name, address, or your telephone number. You do not have to testify in court.

A cash reward of up to $2,000 will be paid for any information which leads to an arrest and charges.

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