Port Hawkesbury, Nova Scotia – On February 11, members of the RCMP’s Inverness-Richmond Street Crime Enforcement Unit (SCEU) were contacted by an employee of a car rental company, advising that they found suspected cocaine in a rental vehicle.
RCMP officers attended and seized a significant quantity suspected cocaine from under the hood of the vehicle. Samples of the substance have been taken for analysis. The initial investigation has resulted in a suspect being identified, and the investigation is ongoing.
File # 2020198644
Halifax District RCMP
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