Gardaí investigating the Kinahan gang seize weapons and €4m of drugs in Dublin raid

Gardaí investigating the Kinahan gang seize weapons and €4m of drugs in Dublin raid
Some of the cannabis seized at the raid. Pic via Gardaí.

Gardaí investigating the Kinahan crime gang have seized around €4m worth of cannabis and heroin in Dublin.

In the raid yesterday targeting organised crime in Dublin, officers also found drug paraphernalia, a vacuum packing machine, a cash counting machine, stun guns, a sawn off shotgun and a semi automatic pistol.

A shotgun seized at the raid. Pic via Gardaí.
A shotgun seized at the raid. Pic via Gardaí.

It was carried out by the Garda National Drugs and Organised Crime Bureau supported by the Special Crime Task Force in the Ballyfermot Parade area of Dublin 10.

Follow-up searches in the South Inner City lead to the arrest of three men aged 46, 44 and 39.

A pistol seized at the raid. Pic via Gardaí.
A pistol seized at the raid. Pic via Gardaí.

They are in custody at Clondalkin and Ballyfermot Garda Stations under Section 2 of Criminal Justice (Drug Trafficking) Act 1996.


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