Cannabis herb and jellies worth €130,000 have been seized at a house in West Dublin.
Gardaí targeting the sale and supply of illicit drugs in the Dublin Region carried out a search on Monday.
Officers say a person has been arrested and is being questioned at a west Dublin garda station where they can be held for up to a week.
Chief Superintendent Michael McNulty, Dublin Region, says: "An Garda Síochána will continue to proactively target individuals involved in the sale and supply of illegal substances, in particular products such as cannabis jellies which if consumed can have a particularly harmful effect on young people and children."
Gardaí attached to the Dublin Crime Response Team seized €130,000 worth of cannabis herb, cannabis jellies and cannabis resin during a search operation in West Dublin on Monday. One person was arrested.#ItsAJobWorthDoing#KeepingPeopleSafe pic.twitter.com/KAdutcBVhq
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A garda spokesperson says: "On Monday, 10th April 2023, as a result of ongoing operations undertaken by the Dublin Crime Response Team targeting the sale and supply of illicit drugs in the Dublin Region, a search operation was undertaken in West Dublin.
"During the course of a search of a residential premises, cannabis herb, cannabis resin and cannabis jellies with a combined estimated street sale value of €130,000 (subject to analysis) were located and seized.
"One person has been arrested and is currently detained in accordance with the provisions of Section 2 of the Criminal Justice (Drug Trafficking) Act, 1996, at a West Dublin Garda Station."