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Suspect fuel laundering plant uncovered in Armagh

No arrests were carried out by the PSNI.

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POLICE IN NORTHERN Ireland have found what they believe is a fuel laundering plant in Armagh.

The discovery was made in the Drumgose Road area of Middletown this morning.

No arrests were made, according to the PSNI, but a number of items used in laundering fuel have been seized.

Revenue and Customs in the UK have been notified.

Explainer: What is laundered fuel?

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