Surrey RCMP discover stash of weapons and stolen vehicles during fraud investigation in Langley

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      During an investigation in Langley, Surrey RCMP discovered and sezied a large array of weapons, ranging from guns to crossbows, and stolen property.

      After an alleged fraud that originated in Surrey in early October, investigators were led to a residence in Langley.

      Consequently, Surrey RCMP used a search warrant at a residence in the 7500 block of 202A Street in Langley on October 10.

      There, officers not only found evidence of the fraud offence, but they also discovered a cache of weapons that included two loaded firearms, two replica handguns, three crossbows, firearms ammunition, three sets of body armour, several conducted-energy weapons, swords, brass knuckles, and several other weapons.

      Six stolen vehicles were also located.

      Surrey RCMP Sgt. Ed Hryciuk stated in a news release that the investigation developed from a report received from the public.

      Officers arrested nine individuals who were at the residence during the search. They were all released pending further investigation.

      No charges have been laid yet, and the investigation is continuing on.

      Anyone with further information about this incident is asked to call Surrey RCMP aor, if you wish to make an anonymous report, contact Crime Stoppers.