When Anna Minten and her husband Emmanuel Levesque Dupere came home from a date night on Friday, they noticed something was amiss.
All the lights were on in their Revelstoke, B.C., home and their dog was tied up out front. When they went inside, they found doors left open, items out of place and the lock on their back shed busted.
Their tenants told them five police officers arrived at the home at around 7:45 p.m. in three separate police cruisers and searched the property for two hours.
They left a piece of paper on a stool by the front door. It was an RCMP search warrant. The officers were looking for cannabis plants that were "visible from [a] public place."