The Surrey RCMP says a police response to a shots-fired call has resulted in the seizure of a sawed-off shotgun and a variety of drugs and other weapons.
Police were called to a Cloverdale home near 194 Street on 71A Avenue just after 9 a.m. on Monday to what was reported as gunfire.
The Emergency Response Team (ERT) responded and the area was briefly evacuated before police determined the sound was actually fireworks.
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However, in the course of the investigation, police said they obtained a search warrant for the home.
The search revealed about $21,000 in cash, the gun, ammunition, a Taser, brass knuckles, and pepper spray.
Police also seized “several bags of suspected marijuana,” 30 vials of testosterone and a white powdery substance that is now being tested.
No charges have been laid in the case.