10/02/2012

Police Make £60,000 Cannabis Discovery

Cannabis resin with the street value of £60,000 has been seized from a house in Poleglass.

Lisburn Police arrested a 37-year-old man following the drugs haul in the Glenbank Court area yesterday.

Detective Chief Inspector Colin Gillis from Lisburn Police said the discovery showed "further evidence of our continued efforts working with the community to deal with the threat posed by drugs criminality".

(GK)

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