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Drugs and weapons seized, two arrested in downtown Kitchener

Drugs and weapons seized by police in Kitchener. (Source: WRPS) Drugs and weapons seized by police in Kitchener. (Source: WRPS)
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Waterloo regional police have arrested two men and seized a large quantity of drugs in downtown Kitchener.

Officers completed a search warrant at a home in the area of Joseph and David Streets around 6 a.m. on Friday.

Suspected fentanyl, meth, crack, cannabis, hydromorphone pills, dilaudid pills, as well as Canadian cash, cell phones, weapons, and stolen property were seized.

A 49-year-old man and 41-year-old man were both arrested and are facing several drug-related charges.

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