Crime Stoppers is offering a reward for information that helps detectives find a stolen pickup taken from the property of a 2015 murder.
The 1994 Toyota extended cab pickup was taken from the property in Colbert where Terry Canfield and his wife and son were murdered in 2015.
"In April 2017 two vehicles, a 1990 Acura and a 1994 Toyota pickup, were reported as stolen," Deputy Mark Gregory said. "The suspect(s) stole both vehicles from the property and forced their way into the garage located at the property where Terry Canfield, his wife Lisa Canfield and her son John Constable lived and were murdered in May 2015."
The Acura was found in Spokane Valley a few days later, but the pickup has not been recovered.
"The SRATTF would like your help locating this vehicle and with identifying the criminal(s) who stole these vehicles from the scene of crime which horrified our community and caused such devastation and loss to surviving family members and friends," the Sheriff's Office said.
The 1994 Toyota extended cab pickup, Washington license plate C93409B, is described as white with a 4” lift, white shock absorbers, blue suspension parts and a silver skid plate underneath. The back left rear window has a broken piece of plexiglass as a replacement for the widow, an aluminum toolbox in the bed of the truck, and a Rhino lined bar bumper.
Persons with information regarding the suspect(s), or the whereabouts of the Toyota pickup, should call the Crime Stoppers Tip Line at 1-800-222-TIPS, or going to www.p3tips.com. Tipsters do not have to give their name to collect the cash fugitive reward.
(story: KHQ.com; photos: Crime Stoppers of the Inland Northwest)