Revenue seize more than €24k in cash in house searches

Revenue has seized more than €24,500 in cash in Dundalk.

Detector dog Bill sniffed the money out during searches in two houses yesterday.

Officers suspect the cash is linked to crime, and have been given permission by a court to keep it for three months while they investigate.

Detector dog, Bill.

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