A man was arrested at the scene.
Detector dog Holly helps detect €2.5m cannabis find at Dublin Port
A man was arrested after revenue seized almost €2.5million worth of cannabis at Dublin Port last night - writes dublinlive.ie
Revenue Officers, assisted by the Garda National Drugs and Organised Crime Bureau and the Special Crime Task Force, seized 376kg of cannabis resin and 9.7kg of herbal cannabis in an intelligence-led operation at Dublin Port.
Following a positive indication on the truck by drugs dog Holly, the detection was made by Revenue’s Mobile X-Ray Scanner.
The illegal drugs, with a total estimated value of €2,450,000, were uncovered in crates in a truck that had come off the evening ferry arriving from Holyhead.
A 41-year-old Northern Irish man was arrested and is being held at Store Street Garda station.
Investigations are ongoing with the cooperation of the Police Service of Northern Ireland.
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