16/12/2013

Two Arrested Digging Up €1m In Cash

Two men have been arrested after being caught digging up more than €1 million in cash on the outskirts of Limerick.

The men were found digging up the money in an area known as Portcrusha, Montpelier, Co. Limerick, on Sunday.

It is believed that the money is the proceeds of crime.

The arrests follow a five month investigation led by the Divisional Drugs Unit backed up by crime units across Limerick.

(MH/IT)

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