Revenue to retain €20,000 cash seized at airport

Revenue officers have been told they can hold onto €20,000 in cash, which they seized at Dublin Airport on Monday.

4th July, 2013

Revenue officers have been told they can hold onto €20,000 in cash, which they seized at Dublin Airport on Monday.

The money was seized by customs from a foreign national who was boarding a flight to Bratislava in Slovakia. The cash was hidden in clothing in the man’s carry-on luggage.

District Judge Patricia McNamara granted a three-month detention order this morning so that the Revenue could carry out further investigations into the source...

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