Guns and over $70k worth of drugs seized by Waterloo police

Waterloo Regional Police have seized a large quantity of drugs and guns following the raid of a Kitchener home.

The force’s verified Twitter account tweeted out Saturday evening that officers had executed a search warrant at a Franklin St. N. home, and as a result turned up quite the haul.

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Officers seized several replica firearms, a submachine gun, knives and identity documents, along with over $70,000 worth of drugs, including suspected Fentanyl and Meth. 

According to police, three individuals have been arrested as a result of the investigation, but those details, along with the charges, have not been made public at this time.

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