Police Seize Gun & Drugs In Galway- Two Arrested

Two men have been arrested in connection with the seizure of a gun and drugs worth around €320,000 in Galway.

The discovery was made during a search of a house in east Galway on Thursday 21 March.

The drugs included a mixture of cannabis and cocaine, while a firearm was also seized.

The men, one aged in his mid 20s and another in his 40s, were arrested at the scene and have been detained at Galway Garda Station.

The local Loughrea unit assisted Gardaí in the search.


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