Two arrested and €64k of cigarettes and alcohols seized by Customs

Two arrested and €64k of cigarettes and alcohols seized by Customs

Two men have been arrested following the seizure of €64,000 of alcohol and cigarettes by Customs Officers in two separate searches in north Dublin yesterday.

The Romanian and Portuguese nationals - aged in their 30s - were arrested after €11,000 worth of cigarettes were seized at Dublin Airport.

Two arrested and €64k of cigarettes and alcohols seized by Customs

They have been remanded in custody to appear before Cloverhill Court next Tuesday.

Meanwhile, €53,000 worth of alcohol - including beer, wine and spirits - was seized from an unlicensed trader who failed to acknowledge a warning letter from Revenue.


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