Police are seeking the public’s help in finding a Prince George high school student who went missing March 19 in the city.
On March 15, the parents of Byaombie Ndela went to Prince George Secondary to pick up their son. Ndela, however, left the school on his own and has not returned since. He was last seen in the 2300 block of Victoria Street on March 18 and was reported as missing March 19 at 10:31 a.m.
Ndela is described as a black male, 5’8″, 140-pounds with short, black hair and brown eyes. He was last seen wearing blue jeans, a blue t-shirt, a black and yellow three-quarter length jacket, running shoes and a black backpack.
If you see Ndela, please contact the Prince George RCMP at 561-3300.
Police cruiser crunched
Prince George Highway Patrol is investigating a collision between a parked police cruiser and a tractor trailer early Monday morning on Highway 97 South, near the Red Rock turnoff.
The police cruiser was facing south with its emergency lights on while the officer talked to the driver of a pickup truck stopped for a Motor Vehicles Act infraction. A southbound 1995 Peterbilt tractor, hauling a low bed, sideswiped the cruiser, narrowly missing the officer. The crash caushed approximately $15,000 in damages.
RCMP remind drivers to slow down and stop if necessary when encountering an emergency vehicle with its lights on.