Two men are being questioned following the seizure of over €1.9m worth of cannabis in Co Meath.
Gardaí from the National Drugs and Organised Crime Unit along with the Meath Divisional Drugs Units and Revenue made the discovery of 97kg of cannabis herb during a planned search of a premises in Rathfeigh yesterday.
The drugs are believed to have an estimated street value of €1.94m.
Two men, aged 59 and 61, were arrested.
Revenue officers seized €1.94 million in suspected cannabis during an operation involving the Revenue Customs Service, the Garda National Drugs & Organised Crime Bureau (GNDOCB) and the Meath Divisional Drugs Unit that targeted organised crime in the Meath area yesterday. pic.twitter.com/YzVG2bbxWL— Garda Info (@gardainfo) November 18, 2021
They are being held at Ashbourne Garda Station for questioning.
Gardaí say the operation is part of ongoing investigations targeting those suspected of being involved in an organised crime group operating in the Meath area.