CTV Vancouver Island is reporting that the large-scale milk recall on June 15 by Agropur Cooperative has now led to an RCMP investigation.

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA), who are also conducting their own investigation, announced the RCMP’s involvement in a case that involves “potential tampering”.

In the release, the CFIA stated that “harmful extraneous material” could be in the affected Lucerne, Natrel, and Island Farms milk products.

Victoria Buzz has received unconfirmed reports that the “extraneous material” involved consists of razorblades.

Recalled products include two-and-four litre plastic jugs of 1%, 2%, 3.25%, Skimmed, and Chocolate partly skimmed milk with best before dates up to and including July 3, 2017.

Full list of recalled products:

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