TRURO (CBS) — An alert K-9 officer helped Truro police seize meth, a large amount of prescription pills and cash on Thursday.

Truro police officer Steven Raneo and his partner “Ella” were called to Route 6A just after 2 p.m., where a car was stopped for failing to use a turn signal, and the occupants were allegedly acting “suspiciously,” police said.

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Ella was able to detect a “narcotic odor” coming from the car. Inside, police said they found 14 grams of meth, a large assortment of prescription pills that were packed for distribution, $880 in cash and other drug paraphernalia.

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Billerica residents Scott Michael Donaghue, 31, and Damon Benjamin Robinson, 23, were arrested on drug charges.

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Police said both have faced drug charges before, and Robinson has had 40 prior criminal charges in the state for various offenses.