Ridge Meadows RCMP are holding a press conference on Thursday morning. (Black Press)

Ridge Meadows RCMP announce detachment’s biggest drug, weapons and cash bust

Five month investigation resulted in large fentanyl seizure

Ridge Meadows RCMP have announced the conclusion of a five month long drug investigation by their Street Enforcement Unit (SEU) resulting in the largest seizure of drugs, weapons and cash in the detachment’s history.

They will be hosting a media event on Thursday morning. The RCMP have already announced the seizure of a large amount of fentanyl, other drugs, firearms and cash from the operation. Insp. Aaron Paradis and Const. Julie Klaussner will also name a suspect.

READ ALSO: Large raid in Kootenays nets drugs, weapons, cash

More to come following the Thursday, 9 a.m. announcement.

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