€5m of drugs seized in Dublin

Published Wednesday, 05 June 2013
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An estimated €5m of ecstasy tablets and cannabis have been seized following a search at a business park in Dublin.

€5m of drugs seized in Dublin
The raid was a joint operation between the gardaí and customs officers. (© Getty)

A 41-year-old man was arrested after 80 kilos of cannabis and approx 350,000 ecstasy tablets were uncovered at premises located at Rosemount Business Park, Blanchardstown on Tuesday evening.

The Garda National Drug Unit and the Irish Revenue Customs Service made the find during the joint operation.

The arrested man is being questioned at Blanchardstown Garda Station.

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Frank in Belfast wrote (452 days ago):
If they had have been found here they would have been worth 150million euros. Drug valuations are a joke. But why? Does it make the police seem better? Mmmm
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