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Revenue seizes cash from man attempting to board ferry in Dublin

A man in his 30s was attempting to board a ferry to Holyhead while carrying €45,000 in cash.

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REVENUE OFFICERS SAY they seized €45,000 in cash at Dublin Port yesterday as part of an “ongoing investigation”.

Officers from Revenue’s Customs Service detained the cash under the Proceeds of Crime legislation from a man in his 30s who was attempting to board a ferry to Holyhead.

Investigations are ongoing.

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