A search warrant issued under section 267(2) authorises a police officer named in the warrant, in addition to the seizure of any thing of the kind described in the warrant, to seize or take a sample of any thing which is not of the kind described in the warrant if—
(a) the officer believes on reasonable grounds that the thing—
(i) is of a kind which could have been included in a search warrant issued under this Division; or
(ii) will afford evidence about the commission of any offence (whether or not a relevant offence); and
(b) in the case of the seizure of a thing, the officer believes on reasonable grounds that it is necessary to seize that thing in order to prevent its concealment, loss or destruction or its use in the commission of an offence (whether or not a relevant offence).