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23,000 Litres Of Beer Have Been Seized At Dublin Port


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More than 23 thousand litres of beer has been seized at Dublin Port.

Revenue officers found the alcohol without correct papers in a truck that arrived from Holyhead this morning.

A man in his thirties has been questioned about the haul, believed to be worth more than €100,000.

In a statement, Revene said the contraband beer found "was an attempt to divert alcohol onto the market using fraudulent documents and without payment of the tax due."

"The driver, a Polish man in his 30s was questioned and an investigation is underway with a view to prosecution."


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