A 20-seater limousine bus costing $100,000 has been found at the bottom of a lake in Canada. Police believe the vehicle may have been driven off the cliff and into the water below deliberately.

The giant limo was stolen in the early hours of Sunday morning from Sun Valley Limousine. The vehicle was first spotted submerged in the water in the Okangan Lake shortly after 9:30am on Sunday morning.

The police searched the shoreline around the lake to search for signs of any victims who may have been travelling onboard the limo bus, but are yet to find any indications of passengers. A dive team has been scheduled to search the water where the limo was found to check for any passengers who may have been trapped onboard the vehicle.

However the authorities believe that the signs show the limo was driven off the cliff top, plummeting 100 feet into the lake below on purpose. There is no indication the limo rolled off the cliff as it appears it was driven off the road at a straight angle, as opposed to following the curve of the road.

Before coming to its watery end, the luxury 20-seater limousine bus was hired out for celebrations and events and was especially popular with party-goers attending school proms, hen and stag parties and birthday celebrations.