Guns, drugs and money located in Kamloops police investigation

Kamloops City

2021-01-08 13:01 PST

More than five kilograms of drugs and three firearms were seized after Kamloops RCMP officers executed three warrants in less than 24 hours.

On January 7, around 10:30 a.m., the Kamloops Targeted Enforcement Unit (TEU), with the assistance of the Southeast District Emergency Response Team (ERT), executed a search warrant at a west Valleyview residential unit as part of an ongoing drug investigation.

That search led investigators to two more locations. With the assistance of frontline officers, TEU was able to execute warrants at an address in Sun Rivers and a storage locker at the Tk’emlups Reserve. In total, more than five kilograms of cocaine, methamphetamine, and fentanyl were seized, along with three firearms and a substantial amount of Canadian currency.
One man was arrested and later released without process as part of the ongoing investigation. 

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From left, seven stacks of brown, green, red, and purple Canadian currency are displayed on a table. Next to them are three rows of 11 packages of white, grey, yellow, and purple drugs. Two black assault-style long guns and a black handgun, as well as bullet clips, are next to them. On the right is a black body armour vest.

Released by

Cst. Crystal Evelyn

Media Relations Officer
Kamloops RCMP
560 Battle Street, Kamloops, BC V2C 6N4
Office: 250-828-3000
Fax: 250-828-3034


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