One man charged after gun fired during rural break-in near Spiritwood

A 28-year-old man from Big River First Nation is facing several charges after the break-in.

Police warning public to stay away from missing white truck with 995 FTF plate, report it to RCMP

A 28-year-old man from Big River First Nation is facing several charges after the break-in. (CBC)

A 28-year-old from Big River First Nation is facing several charges — including unauthorized possession of a firearm, break and enter and theft of a motor vehicle — after an alleged break-in at a rural property near Spiritwood, Sask.

Spiritwood RCMP said officers responded to a break-in around 12:30 a.m. CST Tuesday morning.

Police said a firearm was discharged during the incident. The 28-year-old man in custody is not the person who fired the gun.

No injuries have been reported to police. 

A white 2017 Ford F-350 dually truck with the licence plate 995 FTF is still missing. 

A white 2017 Ford F350 dually truck with the license plate 995 FTF has been reported missing. Police are warning people to stay away from the truck and report it to police if they see it. (Ford)

Police said they have not located this vehicle and the public is being asked to stay away from the truck and instead report it to police if they see it.

RCMP would not clarify who discharged the firearm or if there are any other suspects.