Police seek two in View Royal car crash

Police are on the lookout for two youth involved in a single-car collision involving a stolen car in View Royal last Sunday.

Police are on the lookout for two youth involved in a single-car collision involving a stolen car in View Royal on Sunday.

At about 5:45 p.m. West Shore RCMP received a call from B.C. Ambulance about a single-vehicle collision. A red Chevrolet Cavalier went off the road at the intersection of Admirals and Cooper roads.

The car crashed into a bush and narrowly missed hitting a home. Two females were seen fleeing the area and police are currently trying to locate them.

The two girls are described as being between 17 and 20 years old. One was wearing a pick hoodie and black shorts with flip flops, while the other was wearing a black hoodie with black short and flip flops.

There was no damage to the home. It was confirmed later the car had been stolen.

RCMP are asking anyone with any information on the incident or the whereabouts of the two females to call the detachment at 250-474-2264 or Crimestoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).

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