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Two men due in court and one man released after €2.7 million drugs bust

One of the men is being charged with unconnected offences.

TWO MEN ARE due before court and another man has been released without charge after drugs were found in a number of cars in Meath yesterday.

A 58-year-old man has been charged in connection with the seizure of around €2.7 million worth of cannabis herb in Ashbourne yesterday.

He’s due to appear before Trim District court at 10.30am tomorrow morning.

A second man, 41, who was arrested as part of the same operation, was charged with unconnected offences.

He will also appear before Trim District Court at 10.30am tomorrow.

A third man was released without charge and a file is being prepared for the DPP.

Gardaí say the operation was part of investigations targeting organised crime in the Dublin and Meath regions.

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