RCMP tracked down six people Thursday night that illegally entered Canada from the U.S.

Surrey RCMP arrest a group of people that illegally entered Canada

United States Border Patrol notified RCMP of six people crossing the border from U.S. into Canada.

  • Dec. 30, 2016 2:00 p.m.

A group of people illegally entering Canada were caught two blocks away from the U.S. border by Surrey RCMP Thursday night.

The United States Border Patrol contacted Surrey RCMP at approximately 10 p.m., notifying police that a group of six people illegally entered Canada near the 184 Street and 0 Avenue intersection.

The RCMP’s canine unit found the group in a residential yard near the 184 Street and 2 Avenue intersection.

The group was turned over to Canada Border Services Agency for processing.

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