Two held after Glasnevin drugs seizure

Two held after Glasnevin drugs seizure

Two men in their twenties are still being held by gardaí following a cocaine seizure in Dublin worth almost €3m.

The two were detained when officers from the Garda National Drug Unit raided a house in the Glasnevin area.

Gardaí believe the premises were being used as a mixing factory for the drug.

The two men, both from Dublin city, are being detained at Finglas garda station and can be held for up a week without charge.


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