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Two men to appear in court over Tipperary cannabis find

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Two men will appear in court tonight after the drugs find on Friday (file picture)
Two men will appear in court tonight after the drugs find on Friday (file picture)

After the discovery on Friday in Tipperary, two men will appear in court tonight.

The two men, in garda custody in Tipperary and Cahir Garda Stations, in relation to the discovered of a quantity of cannabis plants with an estimated street value of €700,000, following a search at Boytonrath, Boreen, Kileenasteena, New Inn, Co. Tipperary on Friday will appear at a special sitting of Nenagh District Court tonight charged in relation to the incident.

Gardai announced on Friday that they had discovered a cannabis grow house, as well as a drying house and approximately 1,100 plants of various maturities were discovered.

A single barrel shotgun was also reported to have been discovered in an operation which included members from Drugs and Detective Units in Tipperary Town, Clonmel Garda Station, Regional Surveillance Unit, Regional Support Unit, Divisional Scene of Crime, Dog Unit (Cork) and Uniform Units from the Tipperary Division.