19/06/2013

Arrests Made After €400,000 Cannabis Seizure

Garda in Co Galway have arrested two men following the seizure of cannabis with an estimate value of €400,000.

Officers from the National Drugs Unit carried out a search of a private residence in Tuam, Co Galway, at around 17:00 on Tuesday, uncovering 20kg of the drug.

Two men, aged 49 and 41, were arrested at the scene. Garda have described the arrest of the 49-year-old man as 'significant'.

(MH/CD)

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