Cannabis worth estimated €20k seized at Dublin Port

Cannabis thought to be worth €20,000 has been seized at Dublin Port.

Customs dog Meg helped sniff the drugs out of a container which had arrived from Spain.

The cannabis was hidden in candle jars which were being sent to an address in Dublin city centre.

Revenue has said investigations are on-going with a view to prosecution.


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