A group of people on a ghost walk tour in downtown Belfast Friday night, Aug. 12 got a bit more than they bargained for when a full can of Bud Light was reportedly thrown at them by someone in a passing pickup truck.

Belfast police are now working to find the vehicle and who may have been in it on Friday night when the incident allegedly occurred.

According to Detective Sgt. Bryan Cunningham, a participant in the ghost walk tour came in to the police station around 10 p.m. Friday night to report the incident, which the person said had happened 15 minutes earlier.

“She said someone had thrown a can of beer out of the window [of the truck], and that it had almost hit her in the head,” said Cunningham, describing what the complainant had reported.

The beer-throwing incident reportedly occurred somewhere in the vicinity of Main and Beaver streets. Witnesses reported that the vehicle from which the beer was thrown was an extended cab, Z-71 Chevy pickup truck, which was two-tone in color — portions of the vehicle were white, while others were a darker color, possibly black.

Cunningham said he believes the vehicle in question was captured by a surveillance camera mounted on the side of the police station. The camera looks out over Post Office Square and faces Main Street, and a still image provided by the Police Department appears to show a two-tone pickup truck heading up Main Street.

The image was captured at about 9:44 p.m. Friday night, Cunningham said, which would match up with the complainant’s report that the incident occurred 15 minutes prior to 10 p.m.

Anyone with information about the incident, the vehicle police believe was involved or the person(s) who may have been in the vehicle is asked to call Belfast police at 338-5255.