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Three arrests as 72,000 ecstasy pills are seized in Dublin

The tablets had an estimated street value of €720,000.

TWO MEN AND a woman, all aged in their 40s, have been arrested following the discovery of 72,000 ecstasy pills in Dublin.

They are currently being detained at Store Street and Kevin Street Garda Stations.

Officers from Revenue’s Customs Service and the Garda Drugs and Organised Crime Bureau seized the tablets yesterday as part of an intelligence-led operation into suspected drug traffickers.

The pills were confiscated during searches at north and south inner city locations.

They had an estimated street value of €720,000.

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