Cash seized at Dublin Airport

Revenue Customs officers have seized almost €100,000 at Dublin Airport.

The €99,900 in notes was found when a 55-year-old Slovakian man was stopped and searched as he was about to board a flight to Vienna this morning.

The money was found on the man's person and concealed inside this clothing.

A Dublin court has granted the officers a three-month detention order while they carry out further investigations.

Its the sixth cash seizure at Dublin Airport in the past 10 days.

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