Gardaí arrest four after cannabis grow house discovered

Gardaí arrest four after cannabis grow house discovered
the cannabis grown house, in a picture released by the Gardaí.

Gardaí have arrested four men following a seizure of an estimated €200,000 of cannabis plants.

As part of an intelligence-led investigation into the sale and supply of drugs in the Castlebar, Nenagh and Dundalk areas, the Garda National Drugs and Organised Crime Bureau, the Special Crime Task Force and local drugs units carried out a number of searches yesterday.

During the course of these searches a cannabis grow house was discovered.

Four men, aged 29, 37, 38 and 45) have been arrested in connection with this investigation and are currently detained at various garda stations under Section 4 of the Criminal Justice Act 1984.


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