Prince Rupert RCMP seize cocaine from apartment on 2nd Avenue West

In the early hours of Tuesday August 28, Prince Rupert RCMP executed a warrant at an apartment in relation to cocaine trafficking.

In the early hours of Tuesday August 28, investigators from the Prince Rupert RCMP General Investigation Section assisted by uniform officers executed a search warrant at an apartment in the 700 block of 2nd Ave West in relation to a cocaine trafficking investigation.

Once inside police located a quantity of cocaine, cash and all the required accessories for trafficking of the drug. A female suspect was located at the scene, taken into custody and later released as the investigation continues.

Police want to remind members of the public to report any concerns they may have regarding the sale of illicit drugs within the city.  This will assist police in achieving the goal safe home and safe communities in partnership with those that crime affects most.  People are reminded to call the Pr. Rupert RCMP or Crimestoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

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