80,000 cigarettes and five puppies seized by Revenue

Cigarettes seized in Dubdalk.

Five puppies and more than €50,000 worth of illegal cigarettes and tobacco have been seized by Revenue Officers in two separate searches.

Yesterday afternoon, officers found 80,000 unstamped cigarettes and four and a half kilos of Lucky Strike tobacco in Dundalk.

They also seized a vehicle as part of the operation.

Four Jack Russells and a West Highland Yorkie were found at Dublin Port yesterday evening in vehicles boarding a ferry to the UK.

They are currently being cared for by the DSPCA.

Puppies found at Dublin Port.

- Digital Desk

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