PHOTOS: Police seize thousands in cash and two loaded guns from Langley City property

A 65-year-old man has been arrested

After arresting a 65-year-old man on July 3, 2020, police executed a search warrant at a Langley City property the following day and discovered thousands in cash, numerous drugs and two loaded guns. (Langley RCMP)

After arresting a 65-year-old man on July 3, 2020, police executed a search warrant at a Langley City property the following day and discovered thousands in cash, numerous drugs and two loaded guns. (Langley RCMP)

Officers have arrested a 65-year-old man and seized numerous drugs and two loaded guns from a Langley City property after receiving a report about suspicious activity.

The Langley Strike Force began an investigation and obtained a search warrant for a residence on the 4500-block of 200 Street after the property was brought to their attention.

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“There appeared to be activity consistent with drug trafficking occurring at the residence,” said Cpl. Holly Largy, media spokesperson for the Langley RCMP in a release issued Thursday morning.

On July 3, a 65-year-old man was arrested and the following day the Langley Strike Force executed a search warrant on the residence.

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Police seized nearly 500 grams of a substance they believed to be methamphetamine, several thousand dollars in cash, two loaded and unsecure long guns, other miscellaneous drugs and paraphernalia and evidence of a credit card factory.

The investigation is ongoing and evidence will be presented to the BC Prosecution Service for recommendations of charges.


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After arresting a 65-year-old man on July 3, 2020, police executed a search warrant at a Langley City property the following day and discovered thousands in cash, numerous drugs and two loaded guns. (Langley RCMP)

After arresting a 65-year-old man on July 3, 2020, police executed a search warrant at a Langley City property the following day and discovered thousands in cash, numerous drugs and two loaded guns. (Langley RCMP)

After arresting a 65-year-old man on July 3, 2020, police executed a search warrant at a Langley City property the following day and discovered thousands in cash, numerous drugs and two loaded guns. (Langley RCMP)

After arresting a 65-year-old man on July 3, 2020, police executed a search warrant at a Langley City property the following day and discovered thousands in cash, numerous drugs and two loaded guns. (Langley RCMP)

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