Investigation into drug seizure at Dublin army barracks

Investigations are under way after drugs were found in an army barracks in Dublin.

The drugs are believed to be worth around €3,000 - writes rte.ie.

The Department of Defence has confirmed a quantity of drugs were found and seized by military police in Cathal Brugha Barracks in Rathmines last Friday.

In a statement, the department said that the "unlawful possession, supply or use of a controlled substance is incompatible with membership of the Defence Forces.

"Compulsoryrandom drug testing has been in place for members of the Defence Forces since 2002."

The military police and gardaí are both carrying out investigations into the seizure.

No arrests have been made at this point.

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