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Authorities seize €2.4m cannabis stash at Dublin Port

Drugs dog Holly helped identify the haul, hidden in a crate.

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A MAN HAS been arrested after Revenue officers seized €2.4 million worth of illegal drugs at Dublin Port.

Last night, 376kg of cannabis resin and 9.7kg of herbal cannabis, with a total estimated value of €2,450,000 were found and seized.

The illegal drugs were uncovered in crates in a truck that had disembarked the evening ferry arriving from Holyhead.

Following a positive indication on the truck by drugs dog Holly, the detection was made by Revenue’s mobile X-ray scanner.

The arrested man, who’s 41 years old and from Northern Ireland, is being held at Store Street Garda Station.

Investigations are ongoing with the cooperation of the PSNI.

Read: Viagra, steroids and antibiotics among €850,000 worth of medicines seized this year

Read: Sniffer dog Scooby helps seize €230,000 worth of cannabis at Dublin Airport

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