Belfast Telegraph

Police stop car in Belfast, seize £100,000 worth of cocaine

Police have seized over £100,000 worth of cocaine after stopping a car in Belfast.

Detectives investigating the supply of controlled drugs into Northern Ireland stopped the car with two men inside, in the greater Belfast area.

Cocaine with an estimated street value of £100-120,000 was seized.

The men, aged 39 and 40, were arrested on suspicion of possession of Class A drugs with intent to supply.

Detective Inspector Trevor Stevenson said: “The arrests are part of an ongoing investigation into an organised crime group which has been involved in bringing controlled drugs into Northern Ireland.

"Significant finds in recent weeks show the PSNI’s commitment to keeping our community safer by frustrating, disrupting and dismantling Organised Crime gangs.”

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