Alcohol And Cigarettes Seized At Dublin Port

Revenue officers have seized alcohol and cigarettes at Dublin Port.

Approximately 445,445 litres of alcohol and 2,680 cigarettes were discovered following the search a van which had disembarked a ferry from Holyhead.

The estimated combined retail value of the undeclared goods was €8,700, representing a potential loss to the Exchequer of approximately €5,100.

It is understood a man is helping with the investigation.

The seizure is part of Revenue's ongoing operations targeting the supply and sale of illicit alcohol and tobacco in the shadow economy.


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