Calgary man sought in Saskatchewan highway crash
Michael David, 34, may be armed and dangerous, RCMP warn
RCMP in Saskatchewan are searching for a Calgary man, possibly armed, who police say stole a truck and fled the scene of a two-vehicle crash southwest of Saskatoon.
Police say Michael David, 34, was involved in the collision on Highway 7, east of Vanscoy, Sask., at around 2:15 p.m. CST Saturday. No one was hurt in the crash.
But as RCMP were heading to the scene of the collision, David stole a passerby's truck and took off with his dog, according to police.
Police later learned the vehicle David was driving prior to the crash had been stolen from Calgary. Officers found an unsecured firearm inside the vehicle, they said.
RCMP have issued a warrant for David's arrest on several charges. He was last seen driving a 2007 white Dodge truck east on Highway 16 and police say he may be trying to cross national or provincial borders.
Police warn that anyone who sees David should not approach him, as he may be armed and dangerous.
The village of Vanscoy is located 25 kilometres southwest of Saskatoon.