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Arrest made after shots fired at trucks on remote B.C. highway

Over an eight-hour period, several truck drivers reported someone was shooting at them as they passed; the vehicles' radiators and windows appeared to be the targets

March 27, 2017  by The Canadian Press

PRINCE GEORGE, B.C.—RCMP say have made an arrest after getting numerous calls from truck drivers reporting that someone shot at their vehicles on a B.C. highway.

Police say the incidents occurred over an eight-hour period starting Friday night on Highway 97 between Houston and 100 Mile House in the province’s central and northern Interior.

Drivers told police their trucks were in motion when shots were fired at the vehicles’ radiator and windows.

Police say they have made an arrest and say there is no further risk to the public.


No injuries were reported.

Police haven’t released further details.