WATCH: Former RCMP Officer alerts public of possible convoy sabotage

“Due to the nature of this information, we felt it prudent to notify the public in the interest of their safety. This private intelligence correlates with the approximately 2,000 firearms stolen in Peterborough, Ontario on Sunday morning, February 13,” he continues.

“Our sources have notified us that these weapons may be planted by nefarious elements, and, at this point, we have no further knowledge about who is behind this act of sabotage.”

“As soon as we received this information, we notified the appropriate authorities with whom we are collaborating, including the Ottawa Police Service, the Ontario Provincial Police, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, and the Parliamentary Protective Service.”

Bulford continues, imploring peaceful demonstrators to call 911 if they see anything suspicious.

This news comes both the same day that PM Justin Trudeau announced he was invoking the Emergencies Act to further clamp down on protesters by going after participants’ bank accounts and granting various police forces additional powers.

However, more interestingly, it comes one day after the RCMP raided a farmhouse located near the Coutts border protest, which just happened to contain several firearms, body armour, and ammo, which led to the RCMP arresting 11 individuals that they believed were connected to the residence on Monday.

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