Officers Seize €20,000 At Knock Airport

Revenue officers seized €20,000 in cash from a couple who landed in Knock airport having returned from Lanzarote.

The can was concealed in items of clothing and carry-on luggage.

The cash was seized under the Proceeds of Crime Act and investigations are continuing.


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