Approximately €150,000 Cash Seized In Cork

Approximately €150,000 in cash has been seized in Cork, following searches carried out in connection with a fraud investigation.

Two business premises and one residential premise was searched by the Criminal Assets Bureau.

The operation follows a investigation centering on fraudulent claims in excess of €3.5 million made under the Drug Refund Scheme, according to gardai.

The cash seizure includes euro, sterling and dollars.

No arrests have been made, however investigations are ongoing.


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