A bizarre incident took place early in the morning on Friday, February 21 that resulted in a float plane crash. According to Vancouver Police, a man allegedly stole a Vancouver float plane on Friday morning and then crashed it into another one just moments later. Police in the city are now searching for the man responsible. No injuries have been reported at this time.\nIf you see Vancouver police down by the harbour today, don’t be alarmed.\nAccording to an email sent to Narcity by the Vancouver police, officers were called to Harbour Air at around 3:30 a.m. on Friday.\nThey were called following reports of a man who had stolen a float plane.\nThe unknown man allegedly tried to take off on a joy ride but moments later crashed into another plane in the Vancouver Harbour.\nAt this time, police are not reporting any injuries. The planes, however, did not get off so lucky.\nPolice have clarified with Narcity that one plane did receive extensive damage and completely lost one of its wings. The plane also had damage to the back end.\nAt this time, no one is in custody police are actively investigating.\nVancouver police have confirmed that they are currently on the scene attempting to piece together how this happened.\nView this post on Instagram 📍Beautiful British Columbia . Minimizing the backseat chorus of “Are we there yet?!” and dad’s words of “don’t make me turn this thing around!” since ‘82! 😎. . With Family Day just around the corner, we’ve narrowed down a list of our favourite spots to spend time with your crew this Long Weekend & Spring Break! We’ve got you covered when kids fly free! Check out our story & highlights page to read all about it! #FlyHA #ExploreBC . . .#sunshinecoastbc #explorevictoria #explorenanaimo #yourtofino #Saltspringislandbc #myvancouver #explorevi . Photos by: @nlopezphotos, @capilanosuspensionbridge, @vancitywild, @sunshinecoastbc & @tourismtofino 💫 A post shared by Harbour Air Seaplanes (@harbourair) on Feb 10, 2020 at 3:24pm PST\nThe police did not specify how the person managed to start the plane.\nHarbour Air Seaplanes is a company in Vancouver that offers charters frequently between Vancouver and the Lower Mainland, Vancouver Island, the Gulf Islands, the Sunshine Coast and Whistler.\nTheir website states that their fleet is about 40 aircrafts which classifies them as one of the largest all-sea plane airlines in the world.\nAnnually, the company averages about 500,000 passengers.\nIn addition to the commuting charters, they also offer a touring service that departs from the Vancouver, Nanaimo, and Victoria Harbours, as well as Richmond or Blind Bay.\nIn July of last year, a small float plane in Newfoundland carrying seven people crashed. Three people were confirmed dead at the time while the others were missing.\nThere was also a small float plane crash in the Okanagan that left two passengers injured just one month prior to the Newfoundland accident.