Gardaí seize €100k and nine cars in 11 raids in Co. Kerry

Gardaí seize €100k and nine cars in 11 raids in Co. Kerry

Gardaí in Co. Kerry investigating an organised crime gang based in Killarney have seized more than €100,000 in cash and nine cars.

The Criminal Asset Bureau helped by local Gardaí in Killarney carried out 11 raids this morning in and around Killarney.

Killarney Superintendent Flor Murphy described the operation as one of the biggest of its kind in Kerry.

During the operation gardai and CAB officers seized a large amount of documentation which they believe relate to the proceeds of crime.

The nine cars seized in today's operation by the Criminal Asset Bureau. Pic: Gardaí
The nine cars seized in today's operation by the Criminal Asset Bureau. Pic: Gardaí

During the searches they also found more than €100,000 in cash, a large amount of jewellery and nine cars.

Some of the cash seized in today's operation by the Criminal Asset Bureau. Pic: Gardaí
Some of the cash seized in today's operation by the Criminal Asset Bureau. Pic: Gardaí

The operation and searches are ongoing.

Two watches seized in today's operation by the Criminal Asset Bureau. Pic: Gardaí
Two watches seized in today's operation by the Criminal Asset Bureau. Pic: Gardaí


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