Cocaine worth €210,000 found with firearms in Dublin search
COCAINE with an estimated value of €210,000 has been seized along with two firearms and ammunition by Gardaí in Dublin.
The discovery was made following a search of a residential complex in the city's Finglas area on Sunday.
Th recovered firearms were described as an assault rifle and a machine pistol with silencer.
Officers also recovered mixing agents and sealed pre-rolled cannabis joints, and the seized items will be analysed by Forensic Science Ireland.
No arrests were made, and investigations are ongoing.
Garda chief superintendent Finbarr Murphy said: "I commend all of my colleagues involved in this operation on the recovery of these lethal weapons."