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drugs seized Detector dog Bailey discovers €108,000 of drugs in Dublin Mail Centre

The illegal drugs were discovered in 21 separate parcels that originated from the US, the United Kingdom and Spain.

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Detector dog Bailey was in action again yesterday as drugs worth €108,000 were discovered in the Dublin Mail Centre.

Revenue officers on routine operations seized over 5.3kgs of herbal cannabis, almost 70 grams of cannabis oil and butane honey oil and 450grams of cannabis edibles.

The illegal drugs were discovered in 21 separate parcels that originated from the US, the United Kingdom and Spain.

These parcels were declared as items such as ‘pillows’, ‘sports shoes’, ‘custom stationary’ and ‘wine tubs’ and were destined for delivery in Dublin, Laois, Galway, Kerry and Sligo.

Revenue said in a statement that investigations are ongoing, adding that these seizures are part of Revenue's ongoing operations targeting the importation of illegal drugs.

"If businesses or members of the public have any information regarding smuggling, they can contact Revenue in confidence on Confidential Phone Number 1800 295 295," they said in a statement.

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