Man arrested following seizure of €33k of cocaine in Dundalk

Man arrested following seizure of €33k of cocaine in Dundalk

A man has been arrested after a drug seizure in County Louth yesterday.

On Sunday evening, gardaí stopped and searched a man in the Muirhevnamore area of Dundalk.

During the course of the search, gardaí recovered suspected cocaine with an estimated value of €2,000.

The man, aged in his 20s, was arrested and detained at Dundalk Garda Station.

During a number of follow-up searches in relation to this incident, gardaí seized a further quantity of suspected cocaine with an estimated value of €31,500.

The man has since been charged and will appear at Ardee District Court this morning.

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