25,000 litres of laundered fuel found on 'apple juice' truck

25,000 litres of laundered fuel found on 'apple juice' truck

25,000 litres of laundered fuel have been seized at Dublin Port.

It was found on a truck last night said to be carrying apple juice.

The lorry was about to board a ferry to Holyhead and was stopped by revenue officers carrying out routine profiling. They found 26 industrial bulk containers of fuel.

The driver, a man in his mid 30s from Northern Ireland, was questioned in connection with the find.


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