Three Arrested Following Cannabis Seizure In Lisburn

Three people have been arrested after £380,000 worth of cannabis was seized in Lisburn.

A 48-year-old man and two women, aged 29 and 63, were detained after the PSNI stopped two vehicles in the Ferguson Drive area on Tuesday, 22 August.
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Detective Inspector Pete Mullan said: "This proactive operation is part of ongoing efforts to disrupt organised criminality and the supply of drugs into Northern Ireland, and keep people safe.

"All three individuals remain in custody this evening assisting us with our enquiries."


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