21/08/2019

Arrest As Drugs & Cash Discovered In Co Tyrone

Police have made an arrest after a quantity of suspected drugs was discovered when a car was stopped in County Tyrone.

The vehicle was stopped in Fintona late on Tuesday evening, 20 August, and an amount of suspected class B controlled drugs were found.
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A search of the suspect's house in Carrickmore then uncovered 30 exhibits ranging from suspected class A and B suspects and a sum of cash.

One man was arrested for a series of offences and will be questioned today.



(JG/CM)

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