Gardaí seize €23,000 worth of cocaine in Inchicore

Gardaí seize €23,000 worth of cocaine in Inchicore

Gardaí have seized cocaine with an estimated value of €23,000, pending analysis.

The drugs were seized by Gardaí attached to the Roscommon/Longford Divisional Drugs Unit following the planned search of a premises at Emmet Lodge, Inchicore, Dublin yesterday afternoon at around 3.30pm.

They were assisted by Gardaí from the DMR South Central Burglary Response Unit.

A woman, late 20s was arrested at scene and is currently detained at Granard Garda Station under Section 2 of the Criminal Justice (Drug Trafficking) Act, 1996.


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