The RCMP are on the lookout for a pair of suspects wanted in connection with a number of incidents that have taken place across the province. 

The incidents were first reported in a Crime Watch Advisory issued last weekend. Friday afternoon, the RCMP provided an update to the case, along with a video of one of the incidents.  

The video from last Friday shows an RCMP vehicle activating emergency lights, and pulling up behind a pick-up truck that was suspected of gas theft in Wynyard. The truck then backed into the police vehicle, pushing it out of the way. While attempting to get away, the driver of the pick-up struck two other vehicles, and the RCMP cruiser again.  

The truck was then seen on Highway 16, heading east. It was located in Yorkton, and the suspects failed to stop for police several times, occasionally fleeing at a high rate of speed.  

The pick-up truck was then located southeast of Dunleath late Friday night, abandoned. It was then determined the vehicle had been reported stolen in Broadview on July 6th.  

The Yorkton RCMP then received the report of a stolen white SUV from a rural property outside of the city. The investigation determined the theft may be connected to the events earlier in the day. Then, last Saturday, Kyle RCMP received a report of a stolen black Ford F-150 pick-up truck from a rural property in Tyner. This was determined to possibly be connected to the previous incidents as well. 

The white SUV that was stolen from outside Yorkton was then found abandoned in Eston last Saturday. 

The suspects are believed to be in a black 2013 Ford F-150 with Saskatchewan license plate 728 JSD. If anyone sees this vehicle, they are asked to not approach it, but to contact the police. Anyone with further information on any of the incidents is asked to contact the police.