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An image of the cannabis seizure made today Garda Press Office
Drugs Seizure

Two men arrested after €2.1 million worth of cannabis seized in Dublin

The men are currently detained in a west Dublin garda station.

TWO MEN IN their 30s have been arrested after an estimated €2.1 million of cannabis was seized in Dublin.

Around 105 kilograms of herbal cannabis was detected as part of a joint intelligence-led operation between the Garda National Drugs and Organised Crime Bureau (GNDOCB) and the Revenue Customs Service took place today.

The two men arrested following the seizure are currently detained in a West Dublin Garda Station and a garda spokesperson said investigations are ongoing.

A Revenue spokesperson said the seizure is part of its “ongoing joint investigations targeting organised crime groups and the importation, sale and supply of illegal drugs”.

The spokesperson added that if businesses, or members of the public, have any information regarding drug smuggling, they can contact Revenue in confidence on1800 295 295.

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