Surrey RCMP say a drug investigation led police to a South Surrey property. (Aaron Craig photo)

Five people taken into custody during search of South Surrey residence

Police were on the scene of a house in the 1900-block of 165A Street Thursday

Five people – three woman and two men – were taken into custody Thursday as part of an ongoing drug investigation that led police to a South Surrey home.

Surrey RCMP confirmed that officers descended on a house in the 1900-block of 165A Street around 6 a.m. Oct. 12 to execute a search warrant.

A heavy police presence remained at the property through most of the day.

Further information has not been released.

 

Surrey RCMP say a drug investigation led police to a South Surrey property. (Aaron Hinks photo)

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