Over €17,000 of suspected drugs and cash in Abbeydorney

Over €17,000 of suspected drugs and cash have been seized following the discovery of a grow house in the Abbeydorney area.

Gardaí from the Kerry Divisional Drugs Unit, assisted by gardaí from the Tralee District and the Southern Region Dog Unit, executed a search warrant at a house.

They discovered a tent set up in one of the bedrooms containing €7,200 of suspected cannabis plants, fans, heat lamps, and a ventilation system.

In other rooms, gardaí seized €2,100 of cannabis herb, €7,100 in cash, €700 of suspected cocaine, and a small quantity of suspected Xanax tablets; all of the drugs will be sent for analysis.

No arrests have been made but gardaí are following a definite line of enquiry.

Gardaí have seized over €17,000 in suspected drugs and cash following the discovery of a grow house in Co. Kerry on May 8, 2020 During the search Gardaí discovered a tent that had been set up in one of the bedrooms. The tent contained €7,200 of suspected cannabis plants, fans, heat lamps and a ventilation system. After searching other rooms in the house Gardaí seized €2,100 of cannabis herb, €7,100 in cash, €700 of suspected cocaine and a small quantity of suspected Xanax tablets. All of the suspected drugs will now be sent for analysis. All of the components of the grow house, two weighting scales and zip lock bags were also seized. No arrests have been made but Gardaí are following a definite line of enquiry.

Posted by Garda Síochána – Cork, Kerry & Limerick – Southern Region on Friday, 8 May 2020