Police seize ecstasy pills stamped with Olympic rings
Vancouver police say they've made one of their biggest-ever drug hauls with the seizure of more than 100,000 ecstasy pills, some of them stamped with impressions of the Olympic rings.
Police say they discovered the drugs when they responded to a 911 home invasion call on the east side of the city and found the door of the home kicked in.
A search turned up 107,000 pills, which police say is worth more than $1 million on the street, as well as a six ounce partial brick of cocaine.
While some of the multicoloured pills were stamped with the Olympic rings, others were imprinted with peace signs.
Police Insp. Brad Desmarais says this is one of the five biggest drug seizures in Vancouver.
Two men were arrested and later released, and charges have not yet been laid.