Chase RCMP have charged two people involved in the robbery of a Kamloops taxi driver, but only one of the pair is in custody.
Anthony Isaac Sauls, 31, of Chase, appeared in court Thursday on one count each of robbery and breach of conditions, Sgt. Gary Heebner said in a press release.
Police have also charged Jerilyn Marjorie Johnny, 24, with robbery and issued a warrant for her arrest, said Heebner.
She is five feet eight inches tall, weighs 119 pounds and has black hair and brown eyes. Johnny has a distinctive birthmark on her right cheek.
Police ask anyone who sees Johnny to phone Chase RCMP at 250-679-3221 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.
At about 11 p.m. on Sept. 26 a Kamloops Yellow Cab taxi driver picked up a man and woman from the Valleyview Domino's Pizza. He drove them to Chief William Pierish Drive and Old Highway Road 5 intersection near Chase.
Once there, police allege the man punched the driver in the head numerous times. The suspects robbed the driver of about $170 and an airport parking permit before fleeing on foot.