06/06/2019

Arrests Over £300k Drugs Seized Last Year

Two men have been arrested in County Tyrone following the seizure of suspected cocaine worth around £300,000 last year.

The drugs were originally discovered in the Lisaclare Road area of Stewartstown in October 2018.
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Two men, aged 26 and 24 were arrested in the Omagh and Cookstown areas today, Thursday 06 June.

Both remain in custody.



(JG/CM)

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