Two released in €112,000 heroin investigation

Two men in their late teens have been released from garda custody after questioning in relation to the seizure of €112,000 worth of heroin in Dublin.

They were arrested after gardaí found a quantity of the drug during a search of a car on the South Circular Road yesterday afternoon.

More heroin was found in a house during follow-up searches.

The two men have since been released without charge.

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