Man Arrested On Suspicion Of Money Laundering In Dublin

A man in his 30s has been arrested on suspicion of money laundering in Dublin.

Gardaí from the Drugs & Organised Crime Bureau, supported by the Special Crime Task Force, carried out a number of planned searches in the Islandbridge and Ballyfermot areas on Thursday, 12 January.

During the operation, €120,000 in cash was seized.

The suspect was arrested and is currently detained at Kilmainham Garda Station.

Investigations are continuing.


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