Drugs worth more than 2.5 million euro have been seized at Dublin Port.
It's after a truck was stopped and searched this morning.
Cocaine, heroin and ketamine were seized by Customs as part of a joint intelligence led operation carried out by Revenue's Customs Service and the Garda National Drugs & Organised Crime Bureau at Dublin Port.
A truck was stopped and searched at the facility this morning.
The estimated value of the haul subject to analysis is in excess of 2 point 5 million euro.
A 55 year old man was arrested as part of the operation and is being questioned at Store Street Garda Station in Dublin.