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Revenue seize cigarettes in Ratoath

Friday, 8th February, 2013 6:43pm

Story by Tom Kelly
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Revenue seize cigarettes in Ratoath
Revenue seize cigarettes in Ratoath

Officers from Revenue's Customs Service have seized 20,000 cigarettes in Ratoath with a retail value of approximately €8,000 and a potential loss to the Exchequer of approximately €5,500.

Officers discovered the cigarettes on Wednesday when they conducted a search at a storage premises in the town.

The cigarettes were found concealed in two 'Master Cases', one inside a wheelie bin and the other concealed in polythene.

Business records were also seized from the premises. Investigations are continuing.

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