01/11/2004

Police seize goods in Newtownards market

Police, in conjunction with Customs and Excise, have seized goods valued at almost £10,000 from a Sunday market in Newtownards.

Shortly after 10am on October 31 officers seized a variety of goods that included DVDs, music CDs, cigarettes and rolling tobacco at the market held on the Portaferry Road in the Co Down town.

It is reported that there were no arrests made following the seizure.

(SP/GMCG)

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