Three men have been charged after drugs and 16 puppies were seized in Dublin.
€30,000 of suspected cannabis herb was also discovered after Gardaí carried out a search at St. Margaret's Park in Ballymun yesterday.
A number of tools and electrical items understood to be stolen, four vehicles and a trailer, along with a number of items of clothing, bags and a watch were also seized.
The 16 puppies were rescued during the operation and are currently in the care of My Lovely Horse and are receiving veterinary attention.
Dublin Gardaí conducted a search operation in Ballymun yesterday.
Among items seized during this search were:
- €30,400 in cannabis herb
- A number of stolen tools & electrical items
- 4 vehicles & a trailer
- A number of clothing items & bags
- 16 puppies#ItsAJobWorthDoing pic.twitter.com/fMxnKgVnC5
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In a statement, Gardaí say the search was conducted by officers from the "DMR North Divisional Crime Task Force Unit with assistance from the DMR North Divisional Search Team, the Garda Armed Support Unit, and regular units from Ballymun and Coolock, alongside personnel from Dublin City Council and volunteers from My Lovely Horse".
Two men in their 20s and 40s will appear in court today, while a man in his 30s is set to appear at a later date.