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Men to appear in court in relation to £1 million drugs seizure

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Detectives from PSNI Organised Crime Unit, assisted by Immigration and Enforcement officers, have charged two men, aged 29 and 61 years old with a number of drug-related offences to appear before Belfast Magistrates’ Court this morning (Thursday 30th January).

Both men have been charged with offences including possession of a Class B controlled drug with intent to supply, conspiracy to supply a Class B controlled drug and possessing criminal property. The 29-year-old man has additionally been charged with possession of a false identity document.

The charges relate to a £1 million drugs seizure in the greater Belfast area on Tuesday, 28th January.

As is normal procedure all charges will be reviewed by the Public Prosecution Service.

A third man, aged 43 years old, who was also arrested on Tuesday (28th January) has been released unconditionally in relation to drug-related offences.

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