Cash and stolen property seized in Dublin

Cash and stolen property seized in Dublin

Four men and one woman were arrested in Dublin this morning as part of operation Thor.

During searches of premises at Moyne Park in Baldoyle a large amount of cash was seized along with a firearm and a quantity of stolen property.

Four men ranging in ages from their early 20s to early 40s and one woman in her late 20s were arrested.

One man was remanded in custody to appear before Cloverhill District Court on January 21.

While two of the men and the woman were brought before court on unrelated matters and the fourth man was released without charge.


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