Man arrested in connection with seizure of €10k worth of cash and drugs

Man arrested in connection with seizure of €10k worth of cash and drugs

A man has been arrested and over €10,000 in cash and suspected drugs seized following the search of a Tipperary house.

Gardaí carried out the search at a house in Elm Park, Clonmel yesterday as part of an ongoing operation targeting the sale and supply of drugs in the district.

During the search, Gardaí seized suspected heroin worth €8,500, €1,570 in cash, a digital scales, a mobile phone and plastic packaging.

The suspected drugs will be sent for analysis.

A man in his 30s was arrested at the scene and brought to Clonmel Garda Station.

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