During drug-trafficking investigation, RCMP seize drugs and firearms from three residences in Surrey

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      As police conducted investigations into drug trafficking and property crime, officers seized drugs, firearms, cash, and more during searches of three residences in Surrey.

      Surrey RCMP stated that several police units, including the Lower Mainland Emergency Response Team, ran searches of three residences on March 12.

      Two associated residences were located in the 16300 block of 28th Avenue in South Surrey and in the 7000 block of 131st Street in Newton.

      Four suspects were identified and released pending further investigation.

      Officers seized suspected fentanyl, heroin, crack cocaine, Oxycontin, and methamphetamines, as well as various cutting agents and packaging material that is believed to be for the street sale of drugs.

      Police also seized $8,000 in cash, a 12-gauge shotgun with ammunition, tactical vests, a money counter, and multiple mobile phones.

      Officers seized these items from the third residence.
      Surrey RCMP

      The third residence was located in the 12500 block of Pinewood Crescent, which was searched as part of an ongoing project to target drug-trafficking and property crime in the Whalley and City Centre areas.

      At this location, investigators identified six more suspects, who were also released pending further investigation. 

      Officers seized suspected fentanyl and methamphetamines, three firearms with ammunition, soft body armour, and approximately $3,000 in cash.

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