Update: Three men to appear in court after drugs worth €250,000 seized in Dublin and Wicklow

Update: Three men to appear in court after drugs worth €250,000 seized in Dublin and Wicklow
Some of the men have been detained at Ballymun garda station. Photo via Google Maps.

Two men, are scheduled to appear before Bray District Court this evening after gardaí arrested them after finding drugs worth €250,000 seized in Dublin and Wicklow.

The men, aged 41 and 37 will appear in court this evening while the third man arrested, a 28-year-old man will appear in court tomorrow.

Earlier: Three men arrested after drugs worth €250,000 seized in Dublin and Wicklow

Three men have been arrested after drugs worth €250,000 were seized during a number of searches by gardaí yesterday.

Residences in Enniskerry, Tallaght and Ballymun in Dublin were searched as part of an intelligence-led operation targeting an organised criminal group operating in the Dublin and Wicklow areas.

Cocaine and cannabis herb with a street value of approximately €250,000, as well as €20,000 in cash, were seized.

Three men aged 41, 37 and 28 were arrested and are currently detained under Section 2 of the Drug Trafficking Act 1996 at Bray and Ballymun garda stations.

The operation was carried out by the Garda National Drugs and Organised Crime Bureau and local gardaí.

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