Joint operation reveals suspected cannabis worth $4 million

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A joint operation earlier this week ended with Irish authorities discovering about 129 kilograms of a substance believed to be cannabis and having an estimated street value of 2.58 million euros ($4 million). These include seizing 31 kilograms of cannabis with an estimated street value of 620,000 euros ($961,000) in County Meath last November, confiscating cannabis worth an estimated 7 million euros ($10.8 million) in Dublin last October and discovering cannabis with an estimated street value of 116,000 euros ($178,640) in Limerick last May. Revenue officers also found weed worth about 800,000 euros ($1.2 million) at a parcel depot in Dublin last May, with much thanks going to detector dog James. Revenue and Garda have worked on many different investigations in the past that have resulted in substantial busts. Subscribe to Weekend Dispensary, a new weekly newsletter from The GrowthOp.

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A joint operation earlier this week ended with Irish authorities discovering about 129 kilograms of a substance believed to be cannabis and having an estimated street value of 2.58 million euros ($4 million).

Two men, aged 45 and 52, are currently being detained following the bust in the Lusk area of North County Dublin on Feb. 3, notes a statement from An Garda Síochána, the national civilian police service in The...

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