Luxury watches among the haul collected by CAB in West Dublin

Luxury watches among the haul collected by CAB in West Dublin
The Breitling watches seized by the Criminal Assets Bureau. Picture: Twitter / GardaInfo

Two Breitling watches have been seized along with documentation, mobile phones, computers and hard drives after a search operation by the Criminal Assets Bureau in West Dublin.

The operation is targeting an organised crime group, according to a statement from the Garda Press Office.

The search was supported by the Armed Support Unit.

The CAB is also conducting inquiries at a number of other locations in the Dublin area relating to the purchase of property.

Investigations are ongoing, gardaí say.

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