Criminals from Kinahan cartel targeted in CAB raids
Sheetal Sukhija - Thursday 11th January, 2018
A number of Rolex watches, cash and a drone were seized in the operation
The Criminal Assets Bureau carried out the raid in Dublin’s south inner city
The raids were carried out at the property belonging to a suspected drug dealer
DUBLIN, Ireland - In a large scale raid, the Criminal Assets Bureau is said to have targeted a suspected drug deal, with links to the Kinahan cartel.
The Criminal Assets Bureau (CAB) said that the raids targeted a criminal, who is based in Dublin’s south inner city and is suspected of having close links to the dangerous cartel.
Revealing further details about the suspect targeted, officials said that the man, aged in his early 30s is from the Dublin 8 area but spends much of his time in Spain.
They noted in a statement as part of the raid on Wednesday, a total of nine properties were searched including the targeted criminals home and businesses.
Officials added that the raids were carried out in Rialto, Dun Laoghaire, Francis St and other locations around the city centre.
Officials revealed that during the operation, approximately 4,500 euros in cash was seized along with two Rolex watches, a drone with recording facilities, documents, mobile phones and other electronic devices.
They also noted that some documentation, which may be used as evidence to prove that the items seized from the south-inner city criminal were the proceeds of crime were also seized.
The garda investigation is reportedly now set to focus on any property or businesses that the drug dealer in question has links to in Spain.
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