Gardaí make arrest after €50k cocaine seizure in Roscommon

Gardaí make arrest after €50k cocaine seizure in Roscommon
The suspected cocaine seized yesterday. Pic: Garda Press Office

A woman has been arrested after €50,000 worth of suspected drugs were seized in Co. Roscommon yesterday.

The suspected cocaine was discovered after gardaí stopped and searched a vehicle on the N5 at Tulsk at around 7:30pm last night.

A woman in her late teens was arrested and is currently being held at Castlerea Garda Station.

Gardaí say investigations are ongoing.

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