“Officers conducted a vehicle stop and observed the vehicle contained numerous open alcohol containers and marijuana paraphernalia,” police said.

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A vehicle riddled with bullet holes — containing drugs, cash and other items believed to be associated with trafficking drugs — was seized in Surrey by officers from the Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit on Monday night.

In a statement, Sgt. Brenda Winpenny, spokeswoman for the unit, said officers were patrolling in the 104th Avenue and Whalley Boulevard area when they spotted a vehicle with several bullet holes on the driver’s side.

“Officers conducted a vehicle stop and observed the vehicle contained numerous open alcohol containers and marijuana paraphernalia,” Winpenny said. “The three male occupants (aged 20-37) were arrested for drug-related offences.”

The vehicle contained over $25,000 in cash, two pounds of pot, knives and bear spray.

She said the men were released but the investigation continues.

Police in Surrey pulled over a car on Feb. 22, 2021, that appeared to have its window shot out. Three men were arrested.
Police in Surrey pulled over a car on Feb. 22, 2021, that appeared to have its window shot out. Three men were arrested.

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