Two charged after drugs worth almost €500k seized in Dublin

Two charged after drugs worth almost €500k seized in Dublin

Almost €500,000 worth of drugs has been seized in Dublin.

Gardaí seized cannabis herb and resin - and a small amount of cocaine in a search in Clondalkin yesterday.

Three people - a man in his 30s, a man in his 20s and a woman in her 20s were arrested as part of the operation.

One man in his 20s was released last night and a file will be prepared for the Director of Public Prosecutions.

The second man and woman were charged with drugs offences and will appear at Blanchardstown District Court this morning.

Two charged after drugs worth almost €500k seized in Dublin


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