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Gardaí arrested two men and confiscated cannabis worth €1.36 million

Gardaí arrested two men and confiscated cannabis worth €1.36 million

On Friday, two men were arrested after authorities seized 67.5 kilograms of cannabis valued at €1.36 million in Dublin and Meath. Revenue officers discovered during their searches.

Revenue, the Garda National Drugs and Organised Crime Bureau, and drug units from both counties collaborated to seize drugs as part of Revenue's investigations against organised crime groups and the illegal drug trade.

Gardaí are detaining two men in their 30s and 40s at a station in north Dublin.





In Cork, authorities have apprehended two men for their alleged involvement in the possession of €70,000 worth of heroin and crack cocaine.

On Friday evening around 6.30 pm, Gardaí stopped a vehicle on Redemption Road in the city and captured the men inside.

Authorities recovered €63,000 worth of heroin and €8,000 worth of crack cocaine during their operation.

Police are holding two men aged between 20-30 at a garda station in Cork.