Gardaí arrest three in Navan drugs raid

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Gardaí in Co. Meath have sezied more than €300,000 worth of cannabis and MDMA.

Gardaí and officers from the local Drugs Unit searched a premises at Fitzherbert Woods in Navan yesterday.

There they found cannabis resin with a street value of around €225,000 and MDMA with a street value of around €110,000.

A woman aged 27 and two men aged 23 and 36 were arrested and are being held detained at Navan, Kells and Trim Garda stations.

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