Several people are traveling to Norway, in the home, face to face, the RCMP charges cocaine and cash in these three months.
On Tuesday, there were first searches that followed the investigation. Stop the Norwegian RCMP house and find a vehicle, get crack cocaine in a quantity that is collected individually and in cash.
The police arrested a 49-year-old woman and a 28-year-old man, both from Winnipeg. Property charges are the property and traffic of property acquired by crime.
As the research progressed, officers managed to drive Alex Duncan Drive home from home from home. The RCMP took approximately 113 grams of cocoa, cracking cocaine and a large amount of cacao.
The Norwegian House and Winnipeg were two men, aged between 53 and 29, and two women, aged between 22 and 38, were arrested by the Norwegian House at the time.
On Wednesday, Norwegian House RCMP and the RCMP Police Dog Service sought a Roger Point Point home. The police found a large amount of hidden hiding in the wall, the police being considered a crime.
Eight people have been arrested and there are charges for property owned by crime.
"Those who produce and transport illegal drugs destroy lives, homes and communities," the RCMP wrote.
"RCMP commits itself to commit to implementing anti-drug measures".
The Norwegian house is 460 kilometers north of Winnipeg.