Man being questioned by Gardai in connection to 6,000 Diazepam tablets that originated in Cameroon

Gardai in Dublin are continuing to question a 46-year-old man in connection to the seizure of around 6,000 Diazepam tablets in the capital yesterday. The drugs originated from Cameroon according to Gardai, who carried out a search at a house in Blanchardstown yesterday where they discovered the tablets. The drug is another version of Valium which can be used as either a way of getting high or else can have a soothing effect. The drugs seized are worth around €6,000.  

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