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Two arrested after €1.2 million worth of cocaine and mixing agent found in searches

Compacting compressing equipment and cocaine mixing agent were also discovered.

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TWO MEN IN their 30s were arrested after 12 bags of cocaine and a suspected drug mixing and compressing facility was discovered.

The searches were carried out in Tallaght on Friday 21 October.

Over 12 bags of white powder and compressed blocks, believed to be cocaine and cocaine mixing agent, were found.

Compacting compressing equipment and a quantity of cannabis herb were also discovered. The drugs have a potential market value of €1.2 million.

Two men were arrested at the scene and are currently being held at Tallaght Garda Station.

The operation was conducted by Dublin Metropolitan Traffic, supported by the drugs unit, in Tallaght and the Drugs & Organised Crime Bureau.

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