Maidstone, Sask. RCMP responded to a serious theft incident Sunday morning involving a truck forcing a car off the road.

Initial investigation indicates that a dark four-door pickup truck pulled a white car off the road traveling on Highway 3.

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The incident occurred around 6:30 a.m. in rural Britannia near the communities of Paradise Hill and Frenchman Butte.

The truck then rammed the car and a firearm was aimed at the sole driver of the car, according to authorities.

The driver of the car was able to escape and reported no physical injuries.

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They did not know the people who were in the truck.

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Maidstone RCMP patrolled the area but did not find the vehicles.

Officers continue to patrol surrounding communities.

The RCMP said the truck will have damage to the right rear bumper with white paint.

It was reported that there were three people in the truck at the time.

A man is five feet ten inches tall, slender, and wore a black scarf over his face and glasses. It describes a woman with black hair in a bun and who was in her 20s. A second woman has shoulder-length blonde / orange hair and was wearing jeans and a red plaid shirt.

Officers are also looking for a tan brown van with a cracked windshield, which is also believed to be involved in this incident.

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RCMP says that there could be up to four occupants in this vehicle, although descriptions of them are not available.

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If anyone has information about this incident or has seen the vehicles, they are asked to call Maidstone RCMP at 306-893-4800, call 310-RCMP or 911 in case of emergency.

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