22/06/2004

Three men arrested in separate drugs finds

Three men have been arrested following separate drugs finds in Belfast and Co. Londonderry on Monday.

A 38-year-old man was arrested following the discovery of drugs, worth an estimated £50,000, in east Belfast. He was subsequently charged with being in possession cannabis with intent to supply following the drugs seizure at Garnerville.

Elsewhere, two men were arrested following the seizure of cannabis, worth an estimated £25,000, in Claudy. Police discovered the drugs after they stopped a car on the Ardmore Road at around 7.30pm on Monday night.

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