Two men to appear in court this morning in connection with €3m drugs seizure

Two men to appear in court this morning in connection with €3m drugs seizure

Two men are due in court this morning charged in connection with a €3m drugs seizure and the discovery of weapons in south Dublin.

The men, aged 34 and 41, were arrested following the discovery of the drugs and guns during the search of a car in Tallaght on Wednesday evening.

The raid was carried out by the Drugs and Organised Crime Bureau.

Four guns, including an AK 47, two rifles and a loaded pump-action shotgun were found during the intelligence-led operation on the Greenhills Road.

The men are due before the Criminal Courts of Justice this morning.


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