Cannabis worth €44,000 seized in Co Cork

Cannabis worth €44,000 seized in Co Cork

Drugs worth €44,000 have been seized in Cork by Revenue officers.

2.2 kgs of herbal cannabis were seized on Wednesday during routine operations.

The drugs were found in a package which had arrived from Italy and was destined for an address in West Cork.

Revenue says investigations are ongoing.

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