Staff Sgt. Andre Pepin tells Global News the operation got underway around 11:30 Sunday morning, in the area of 245 Argyle St.
Streets in the immediate area were closed.
At 3:40 p.m., police updated the situation to say the operation had concluded.
“Streets are reopened to traffic,” RCMP wrote in a tweet.
“Residents can now come and go from their homes. RCMP thanks the public for their cooperation.”
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