Teenager arrested after €42k of drugs seized in Drogheda

Teenager arrested after €42k of drugs seized in Drogheda
The cocaine seized in Drogheda today. Pic: Garda Press Office

Gardaí have seized around €42,000 worth of drugs in Drogheda today.

Officers searched a house in the Hill View area of Drogheda town as part of Operation Stratus.

They found around €20,000 worth of cocaine and around €22,000 worth of cannabis herb.

The cannabis herb seized in Drogheda today. Pic: Garda Press Office
The cannabis herb seized in Drogheda today. Pic: Garda Press Office

Other paraphernalia including weighing equipment and documentation was also seized.

In a follow-up operation, a teenager was arrested in the Drogheda area.

He is being held for questioning at Drogheda Garda Station and can be held for up to 24 hours. Investigations are ongoing.

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