Man arrested after €545,000 worth of drugs seized at Rosslare Europort

Man arrested after €545,000 worth of drugs seized at Rosslare Europort

€545,000 worth of drugs have been seized and a man has been arrested at Rosslare Europort.

Revenue officers found over 36kgs of suspected amphetamines when they searched a truck as part of routine profiling.

A man in his 40s was arrested and taken to Wexford Garda Station and investigations are ongoing.

Separately, Revenue officers were granted a three-month cash detention order last night following the seizure of €6,800 in cash.

It was found by officers in the floor of a caravan as it arrived in Rosslare on a ferry from Wales on Saturday

A man in his 30s was questioned and investigations are continuing.

- Digital Desk

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