Man arrested after 3m euro drugs stash seized from van in Dublin
The vehicle was stopped in the Kilbarrack area of the Irish capital.
Gardai have arrested a man after three million euro worth of MDMA and Ketamine was seized from a van in Dublin on Tuesday afternoon.
The van was stopped in the Kilbarrack area of the city as part of ongoing investigations into drug trafficking.
During the operation, a number of packages were seized by customs officers, which contained around 30kgs of MDMA and 20kgs of Ketamine with an estimated value of three million euro.
During a follow up search, an additional 1kg of herbal cannabis worth around 20,000 euro was seized from a house in the area.
A 43-year-old man was arrested at the scene and was detained at Raheny Garda Station on drug trafficking charges.
The intelligence-led operation was conducted by the Revenue’s customs service, and the Garda national drugs & organised crime bureau.
Inquiries are continuing.