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Police searching for robbers who grabbed fentanyl, morphine in Nova Scotia heist

TRURO, N.S. — A quantity of the potentially deadly drug fentanyl was stolen during a home invasion late Tuesday in Nova Scotia.

The Mounties say they responded to the robbery at about 10 p.m. in the Valley neighbourhood near Truro,  at a residence on McCallum Drive.

Investigators say three men forced their way into a home and demanded drugs from a homeowner.

They made off with quantities of fentanyl and morphine, a cell phone and cash, escaping the area undetected before police arrived. 

The RCMP are looking for tips from anyone who might have witnessed the incident.

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