Vancouver police seize an estimated $13 million in drugs, guns, and cash
Vancouver police say investigators have seized an estimated $13 million in drugs, guns, and cash related to organized crime.
In March, at a downtown Vancouver property, investigators found 14 kilograms of fentanyl, 12 kilograms of cocaine, 17 kilograms of methamphetamine, and 73 kilograms of MDMA, according to a VPD news release on Thursday. Investigators also found four guns and more than $190,000 in cash.
Last December, VPD announced that the first phase of this investigation — called Project Torque — led to confiscating an estimated $3 million in drugs and guns, including more than 88 kilograms of illicit drugs.
Two men and two women were arrested during the second phase of the investigation and will face numerous drugs and firearms charges, police said.
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