Man, 20, arrested in connection with Dublin drug seizure worth €250k

Man, 20, arrested in connection with Dublin drug seizure worth €250k

Gardaí in Ballymun have seized €250,000 worth of drugs in north Dublin.

The heroin and cocaine was discovered by gardaí in the Cromcastle area of Kilmore today.

A house was searched as part of an investigation into organised crime groups.

Gardaí also seized £7,500 in cash.

A 20-year-old Irishman has been arrested and is currently detained in Ballymun Garda Station.

The investigation is ongoing.

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