26/05/2006

Two arrested following police raids

Two men have been arrested following police searches in north Belfast.

Two handguns, ammunition, drugs worth an estimated street value of £27,000, documents and around £17,000 in cash, were seized during the raids, which are believed to be linked to organised crime in the city.

Both men remain in police custody and are currently assisting police with their inquiries.

Detectives have released no further details on the location or circumstances of the searches.

(EF/SP)

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