Winnipeg police seize cash, drugs, guns from St. Boniface home

Cash, drugs and weapons were seized by police during the search of a Winnipeg home on Thursday.
Cash, drugs and weapons were seized by police during the search of a Winnipeg home on Thursday. (Bert Savard/CBC)

Cash, drugs and weapons were seized by police during the search of a Winnipeg home on Thursday.

Two males inside the home, in the 100 block of Youville Street, in the city's St. Boniface neighbourhood, were arrested.

The items seized by police include:

  • Approximately $56,000 in Canadian currency.
  • 295 grams of crack cocaine with an estimated street value of $24,000.
  • A loaded .40-calibre Glock handgun with two 10-round clips.
  • Two pellet guns
  • Two sets of brass knuckles

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