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This sniffer dog found €40,000 on a man who was then arrested

You’re our hero, Alfie.

A POLISH NATIONAL was arrested after he was found with nearly €40,000 in cash at Rosslare Europort yesterday.

The man in his 30s was stopped and searched after he disembarked a French ferry yesterday afternoon.

Revenue’s sniffer dog, Alfie, gave an indication and the cash was discovered on him and in his luggage. The cash was seized in accordance with the proceeds of crime legislation.

In Gorey District Court later yesterday, officers were granted a three-month detention order by a judge in respect of the cash, in order to carry out further investigations.

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