13/02/2020

Pair Charged As Drugs & Firearms Seized In Belfast

Police have charged two individuals over the seizure of firearms, ammunition and suspected class A drugs in Belfast.

It follows an operation in the Black's Road area on Wednesday 12 February.

The 38 and 29-year-olds face two counts of possession of a firearm and ammunition in suspicious circumstances and three counts of possession of a class A controlled drug.
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The 38 year-old was also charged with entering the UK in breach of a deportation order.

Both suspects were due to appear at Belfast Magistrates Court today, Thursday 13 February.



(JG/CM)

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