Revenue seize 27,000 cigarettes during search of apartment in Swords

Revenue officers have seized 27,000 unstamped cigarettes in North County Dublin.

The seizure was made during a search of an apartment in Swords.

The contraband cigarettes are branded 'Marlboro Gold' and 'L&M", and have a retail value of more than €14,175.

This represents a potential loss to the Exchequer of around €11,300.

A Slovakian woman in her 30s was questioned and investigations are ongoing.

Photo via Revenue.


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