03/19/2014 10:51 EDT | Updated 05/19/2014 05:59 EDT

Rob Ford crack video description released

A police description of the infamous video of Rob Ford apparently smoking crack cocaine has been released through the Ontario Superior courts on Wednesday.

Few new details are in the latest document release, but contains further description of what has been previously reported about the video of Ford apparently using crack.

There are five videos in total, with the first three described as failed attempts to film the mayor. The fourth video is a video of the mayor "consuming what appears to be a narcotic inside a residence."

"Mayor Ford is holding what appears to be a glass cylinder in one hand and a lighter in the other hand while engaged in conversation with individual(s) off camera," reads the police description. "At one point Mayor Ford holds the glass cylinder to his mouth. Lights the lighter and applies the flame to the tip of the glass cylinder in a circular motion." 

The video, which police describe as one minute in length, ends with the mayor asking if the recording device is on.

The fifth video is Mohamed Siad, the owner of the tape, describing how to secretly film someone.

The description is in keeping with previous accounts of the crack tape. Police though added that Ford mentioned the name Liban, which matches a known drug dealer Liban Siyad.

The previously sealed documents were from the Project Brazen 2 investigation, which included extensive surveillance on Ford's friend Alexander "Sandro" Lisi and by extension the mayor himself.

"It appears we finally have information and the smoking pipe has been found," said councillor and sometime Ford ally Denzil Minnan-Wong. "It's another piece of information that suggests the mayor was involved in using illegal drugs and illegal substances."

Minnan-Wong, considering a run to replace Ford as mayor, also questioned his campaign for reelection. 

"It has implications for the mayor and whether or not he has the moral authority to lead in the city. We know that drugs are an important way that crime is financed in this city, and you can't go to the drug store and get these substances.  You're getting them from people who are involved in the drug trade and who are involved in crime."

The documents are subject to a partial pub ban. 

Police say the investigation is ongoing.

Ford is in the midst of a re-election campaign. First elected mayor in 2010, he is seeking a second term from voters in the coming October election.

More than three-dozen candidates, including former Trinity-Spadina MP Olivia Chow, former Ontario PC leader John Tory, former city councillor David Soknacki and Coun. Karen Stintz are seeking the job.