Two people have been arrested and 14 false IDs recovered in Dublin in a multi-million euro international money laundering investigation.
The investigation is targeting an organised crime gang who have used false bank accounts in Ireland and Finland over the past year to launder €3 million.
Officers from the Economic Crime Bureau searched a premises in Dublin 8 and then a property in Drumcondra, where they found 14 false IDs and seized a number of electronic devices.
Two Romanian nationals - aged 21 and 31 - were arrested and are now being detained at Kevin Street Garda Station.
It brings the total numbers of arrests to 11 in Ireland along with a further three arrests in Finland.
Gardai say they are continuing to liaise with the banks here, as well as Europol and Eurojust.
They add that their investigation is continuing.