Advertisement

Cannabis and cash totalling £20,000 seized in Tyrone

THE PSNI have seized suspected cannabis with an estimated street value of £8500 and almost £20,000 in cash following searches today in Moy, Dungannon and Armagh.

Detectives from the Organised Crime Unit have arrested two men on suspicion of a number of drugs-related offences. They are currently being questioned in Omagh Custody Suite.

Detective Inspector Aubrey Shaw said: “The arrests and seizures were the result of searches carried out this morning in the Mid Ulster area, namely Moy, Armagh and Dungannon.

Advertisement

“The searches were carried out as part of an investigation into suspected drugs criminality in these areas.

“A 30-year-old man was arrested following a search in Moy, and a 32-year-old man was arrested following a search in Armagh.

“Both men were arrested on suspicion of cultivating cannabis, possession of a Class B controlled drug, possession of a Class B controlled drug with intent to supply, and possession of criminal property.

“They remain in police custody at this time.”

“People who bring drugs into our communities don’t care about the pain and misery caused to communities. They only care about themselves.

“We will continue to disrupt those involved in drugs criminality and this works best when we work hand in hand with people in our communities. Information from local people gives us the chance to remove drugs and other harmful substances from local areas and put those responsible before the courts.

“The information may lead to the start of a new investigation, but no matter how seemingly insignificant, with the continued help and support of the community, we will continue to address this issue as a priority. I want to take this opportunity to appeal to anyone with information about the supply of illegal drugs, or anyone who has concerns, to get in touch with us on 101.”

Advertisement

 

 

Receive quality journalism wherever you are, on any device. Keep up to date from the comfort of your own home with a digital subscription.
Any time | Any place | Anywhere

SUBSCRIBE TO CURRENT EDITION TODAY
and get access to our archive editions dating back to 2007
(CLICK ON THE TITLE BELOW TO SUBSCRIBE)
Top
Advertisement

Ulster Herald is published by North West of Ireland Printing & Publishing Company Limited, trading as North-West News Group.
Registered in Northern Ireland, No. R0000576. 10-14 John Street, Omagh, Co. Tyrone, N. Ireland, BT781DW