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Cocaine found

At 2:30 a.m. on May 3, police witnessed two males depart a local liquor establishment on foot. These males were then seen to be hiding something in the rear of the Canadian Tire building. Upon checking out the area, police located a quantity of cocaine. The men have been identified and the RCMP investigation is continuing.

 

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