A man remains in custody this morning following the seizure of €9.3 million worth of suspected cocaine in Wexford.
The discovery was made yesterday morning following what has been described as 'risk profiling' at Rosslare Europort.
The drugs were found when Revenue officers stopped and searched a UK-registered freight unit that had disembarked from a ferry that had sailed from Dunkirk in France.
The drugs weighed 133kg and were discovered concealed within a refrigerated trailer.
A man in his 30s was arrested by Gardaí and taken to a station in County Wexford for questioning; investigations are ongoing.
It is the second significant discovery of drugs this week and follows the seizure of €700,000 worth of cannabis at Dublin Airport on Monday.
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