20/02/2014

Two Men Arrested In Organised Crime Investigation

Gardaí have reported the arrest of two men, aged in their early 20s, as part of an investigation into organised crime.

One of the men was arrested in Clara, Co Offaly on Thursday, with offices in Dublin arresting a second man in Dublin.

Garda say that the arrests were made as part of an ongoing investigation targeting organised crime across the State.

(MH)

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