Woman, 44, arrested following seizure of €240k worth of cannabis

Woman, 44, arrested following seizure of €240k worth of cannabis

Cannabis believed to be worth almost a €250,000 has been seized in West Dublin.

Revenue officers seized approximately 12kgs of herbal cannabis with an estimated street value of €240,000.

The drugs were found during the search of a house in Lucan earlier.

A 44-year-old Nigerian woman arrested at the scene is being held at Lucan Garda Station.

Investigations are ongoing.

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