C.B.S.A. seizes 2.5kg of suspected cannabis at Woodstock border crossing

The Canada Border Service Agency says two U.S. travellers have been were arrested after officials uncovered what's believed to be cannabis at a border crossing in Woodstock.

The CBSA says agents uncovered two large bags containing 2.5 kilograms of suspected cannabis from inside the travellers' vehicle with the help of a detector dog on May 26th

The travellers have been turned over to RCMP who laid charges of possession for the purpose of selling, as well as unlawful possession for importation.