CAB seize documents, hard drives and phones in Dublin raid

CAB seize documents, hard drives and phones in Dublin raid
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The Criminal Assets Bureau has seized financial documents, hard drives and mobile phones during a raid in Dublin.

The operation was targetting the operations of organised crime gangs involved in drug dealing.

Officers backed up by the Armed Support Unit conducted the search at two houses in Dublin 15.

No arrests were made.

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