(1) A member of the police force may apply to an authorised justice for the issue of a search warrant if the member of the police force has reasonable grounds for believing that an offence against section 91D, 91E, 91F or 91G has recently been committed, is being committed or, within 72 hours, will be committed on or with respect to any premises.(2) An authorised justice to whom an application is made under subsection (1) may, if satisfied that there are reasonable grounds for doing so, issue a search warrant authorising any member of the police force:(a) to enter and search the premises concerned for evidence of an offence against section 91D, 91E, 91F or 91G, and(b) to make in the premises inquiries relating to such an offence, and(c) to seize any article that may be evidence of such an offence.(3) Part 3 of the Search Warrants Act 1985 applies to a search warrant issued under this section.(4) In this section:
authorised justice has the same meaning as in the Search Warrants Act 1985.