Police seized a large number of drugs that included meth, cocaine and opioids in a Terrace home on Feb. 20. (Terrace RCMP Press Release Photo)

Three people arrested after police execute search warrant, find drugs in Terrace home

Weapons and cash were also found

A large quantity of drugs has been seized by police this week in a Terrace home.

On Thursday, Feb. 20 at approximately 11 a.m., the Terrace RCMP’s General Investigative Service (GIS) Unit arrested three people after executing a search warrant at a house on 4600 block of Scott Avenue.

According to the RCMP press release, police also seized a vehicle, weapons, lots of cash and drugs that include meth, cocaine and opioids.

Anytime we can remove drugs from the streets, it helps make the community that much safer, even just for the weekend, Terrace RCMP staff sergeant Michael Robinson is quoted in the release.

A lot of work has gone into this file so far and I look forward to seeing where this ongoing investigation brings us.

READ MORE: RCMP investigating after firearms stolen from Thornhill home

Charges are now pending against the man and two women who were arrested.

If you have information about crime, please contact the Terrace RCMP at (250) 638-7400.



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