Police arrest man for attempted murder in alleged shooting that led to Prince Albert crash

RCMP located this suspect truck on Thursday morning following an incident that occurred early Sunday morning on the 1000 Block of 22nd Street East. -- Prince Albert Police Service/Submitted

Suspect truck that fled scene located in southeast Sask.

Police have seized a suspect truck and arrested an 18-year-old man for attempted murder in relation to a car crash in Prince Albert on Sunday.

At about 12:45 a.m., Prince Albert police responded to the 1000 block of 22nd Street East for a vehicle that collided with a power pole. Five people were transported to hospital.

Police later released that they were looking for a red GMC truck. Investigation determined that someone shot the driver of the car that crashed, causing him to lose control.

Police say both vehicles were at a nearby skatepark just 15 minutes prior to the report of the accident.

The 22-year-old driver remains in hospital. He was transported to Regina with serious injuries.

On Thursday morning, Carlysle and Moosomin RCMP conducted a traffic stop of the truck in Wawota in southeast Saskatchewan.

Police seized the truck as part of their investigation and arrested the 18-year-old suspect.