Updated Jan. 24 at 12:45 p.m.:
GSPS corporate communications Sarah Kaelas confirmed to Sudbury.com that the owners of the two vehicles that were stolen this morning live in the same household.
The owner(s) located their vehicle in a snowbank in front of the CAS building on Lasalle. The owner(s) confronted the suspect and the suspect then stole the owner's second vehicle and subsequently crashed it into another snowbank at the corner of Arthur Street.
Greater Sudbury Police Service say a suspect is still at large after two stolen vehicles ended up in snowbanks on Lasalle Blvd this morning.
At around 7 a.m. on Jan. 24, GSPS received a call regarding a vehicle stolen from the owner's driveway.
"The suspect drove away with their vehicle then subsequently had a collision on Lasalle Blvd in front of CAS," GSPS said in a tweet.
"Upon discovering their vehicle had been stolen, the complainants went looking for it."
"Upon discovering their vehicle and having contact with the suspect, the suspect managed to steal a second vehicle."
After stealing the second vehicle, the suspect subsequently crashed into another snowbank - this time in front of the Lasalle Dental Clinic at the corner of Arthur Street.
Nick Liard, news director for 92.7 Rock and KiSS 105.3, spoke with GSPS corporate communications Sarah Kaelas about the incident earlier this morning. You can listen to that interview and read more here.
Greater Sudbury Police are currently conducting a dog track.
Police have not released a description of the suspect at this time.
Anyone with information is asked to contact police at 705-675-9171 or call Crime Stoppers at 705-222-TIPS (8477).