GARDAÍ SEIZED money, designer bags and documents after 24 searches in Meath and Dublin counties.
With 72 Criminal Assets Bureau and Garda employees involved in the searches, a total of 24 searches were carried out, including 11 residential properties, one office and commercial space, and 11 business premises.
Among the items seized were € 35,000 in cash, a 162 Hyundai Tucson, three high-value watches (Rolex and Chopard), designer handbags, electronic storage devices and documents relating to financial and real estate transactions.
In addition to these, more than € 310,000 have been retained in the financial accounts.
The CAB conducted searches in Meath and Dublin today, which resulted in the seizure of
• € 35,000 in cash
• 162 Hyundai Tucson
• 3 watches (Rolex and Chopard)
• Quantity of designer handbags
• Electronic storage devices
• Documentation relating to financial and real estate transactions pic.twitter.com/xFVNBKpyUC
– Guard Info (@gardainfo) November 26, 2021
The Criminal Assets Bureau (CAB) with assistance from the Garda National Immigration Bureau, the Garda National Drugs and Organized Crime Bureau and the Customs Revenue Dog Unit conducted the search this morning.
Gardaí said the CAB investigation focuses on the assets of an international organized criminal group (OCG) involved in the cultivation, sale and supply of controlled drugs through a network of cannabis grow houses, and money laundering. subsequent proceeds from their criminal conduct.
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