Spiritwood RCMP are investigating after they say a gun was fired during an incident near the community.
RCMP say early this morning a gun was discharged after an alleged break and enter in nearby rural area.
One man was taken into custody, however, police say this man did not fire the gun.
RCMP are now on the look-out for a white 2017 Ford F350 truck with the license plate 995 FTF. Police say this truck was stolen from the property.
Mounties are advising the public to not approach this vehicle if they see it, but to report it to the authorities immediately.
The matter is still under investigation and the RCMP say no charges have been laid at this time.
Police say no one was injured during the incident.
UPDATE: Police now says they have charged 28 year-old Ronald Joseph from Big River First Nation with several offences.
He faces charges of possession of a weapon for a dangerous purpose, unauthorized possession of a firearm, break and enter, theft of a vehicle along with several other charges.
Joseph is set to appear in Spiritwood Provincial Court tomorrow morning.
RCMP also say the white Ford F350 is still missing and the public is asked to contact police if they locate it.