THUNDER BAY -- City and provincial police have seized a massive supply of marijuana and cocaine from a southside home.
In a news release issued Friday, the Thunder Bay Police Service confirms that their officers, along with members of the OPP, conducted a drug raid at an unspecified address around noon.
During their search of the home, officers located 8.5 kilograms of marijuana, 745 grams of cocaine and 100 grams of MDMA.
An investigation has led to the arrest of a 27-year-old Thunder Bay man.
Police say the total street value of the drugs seized is about $212,000.
The accused is expected to make a court appearance Saturday morning, and faces three counts of possession for the purpose of trafficking.
THIS IS a corrected version of this story. The initial police release stated it was 7.4 kilograms of cocaine that was seized.