Three women remain in custody following drug seizures
Three women remain in garda custody this morning in relation to two separate drugs seizures in the capital.
A woman in her 60s and another aged 40 were arrested on Friday evening after gardaí investigating a north Dublin crime gang, stopped and searched a car at around 8.30pm.
In a follow up search of a house in the Clonshaugh area, cannabis resin with a street value of €150,000 and a large amount of cash were discovered.
In a separate incident yesterday evening a woman in her 20s was arrested following the discovery of €30,000 worth of cannabis.
The find was made as gardaí investigating the sale and supply of drugs searched a house in Clonee at around 6.30pm yesterday.
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