Nakusp RCMP conducted the search warrant on May 27. File photo

Nakusp RCMP seize large quantity of drugs during seach warrant on May 27

The warrant was conducted in the 300th block of 8th Avenue NW

Nakusp RCMP said a 40-year old woman was taken into custody after a search warrant was conducted in the 300 block of 8th Ave NW at around 4:40 p.m. on May 27.

In a statement, RCMP said a large quantity of methamphetamine was found during the search warrant.

RCMP are now recommending to lay a “Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking” charge against the woman.

The woman has since been released from police custody.

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