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County sees a significant rise in drug seizures

Wednesday, 17th May, 2017 10:23am

Story by Siobhan Holliman
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County sees a significant rise in drug seizures
County sees a significant rise in drug seizures

GARDAI around the county have had greater success in combating drug problems so far this year with the number of people caught for the sale or supply of drugs up by over 70 per cent.
Cannabis is still the most seized drug in Co Galway and the main haul in the first four months was discovered in a grow house in Clifden.
Galway Chief Superintendent Tom Curley says that rural areas are attractive for the establishment of grow houses and that communities must remain vigilant for unusual activity.

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