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€366k worth of drug sales from two Dublin facilities with the help of detection dogs

REVENUE seized a whopping €366,000 worth of drugs from two facilities in Dublin with the help of two detection dogs.

During normal profiling, sales found just over 17.8kg of herbal cannabis, 2 liters of synthetic cannabinoids, 5,130 Diazepam and 40 Benzodiazepine tablets.

€366,000 worth of drug sales from two Dublin facilities

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€366,000 worth of drug sales from two Dublin facilitiesCredit: Revenue
Sam's Spotted Dog

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Sam’s Spotted DogCredit: Revenue
The tracking dog Bailey also helps

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The tracking dog Bailey also helpsCredit: Revenue

The total estimated value of the various drugs is €366,000, and they were discovered with the help of spotting dogs Sam and Bailey in Dublin.

Revenue revealed the drugs were hidden in various packages labeled as decorations, dolls, Christmas presents, candles, lego, tea, clothes and clothes.

Parcels are sourced from USA, Spain, Thailand, Lithuania, France, Canada and UK.

And parcels were delivered to different addresses in Dublin, Galway, Cavan, Limerick, Kerry, Wexford, Carlow, Sligo, Kildare, Cork and Meath.

Revenue bosses said investigations are currently underway.

These arrests are part of Revenue’s ongoing operations with the aim of importing illegal drugs.

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They have urged anyone with information about smuggling to contact them reliably on the Confidential Number 1800 295 295.

Separately, a man and a woman were arrested at Dublin Airport after they were arrested with €740,000 worth of cocaine in their pocket.

About 8.5kg of suspected cocaine and two liters of liquid cocaine were discovered during the luggage search.

Two people, a woman in her 20s and a man in her 30s, were arrested and taken to Ballymun Garda station. They are currently being held under Section 2 of the Criminal Justice (Drug Trafficking) Act, 1996.

https://www.thesun.ie/news/8244229/revenue-seize-drugs-dublin-detector-dogs/ €366k worth of drug sales from two Dublin facilities with the help of detection dogs

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