£7000 cash and Class A drugs seized in Newry house search

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Wednesday, September 24th, 2014
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The local PSNI Tactical Crime Team have seized more than £7000 under the Proceeds of Crime Act. Officers conducted the planned search of a house in the Millview Court area of Newry on Monday, 22nd September. A small quantity of Class A drugs and counterfeit currency was seized, in addition to more than £7000 of sterling and Euro. A 28 year old man was reported to the PPS for drug and fraud offences. Speaking to Newry Times, Detective Chief Inspector Stephen Wright said, “We were able to recover a substantial amount of cash, including some counterfeit notes. “I would like to thank the community for their support – this is another example of how successful we can be in tackling crime when we work together.”

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