Two men charged after suspected drugs worth £275k found during searches in Lurgan and Belfast

Two men have been charged with drug offences following PSNI searches in the Lurgan and Belfast areas yesterday.

The men, aged 36 and 42, are due to appear before the courts this morning.

A PSNI spokesperson said: “Detectives have charged two men, aged 36 and 42, with drugs offences following the recovery of suspected class B drugs with a value of £275,000 as a result of searches at properties in Lurgan and Belfast on Tuesday 26th July.

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Suspected Class B drugs seized from houses and cars in Belfast. Arrests were made by the PSNI in Lurgan and Belfast.

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“The men have been charged with possession of class B drugs and possession with intent to supply class B drugs. Both are due to appear at court today, the 36 year old at Belfast Magistrates Court and the 42 year old at Craigavon Magistrates Court. As is normal procedure all charges are reviewed by the Public Prosecution Service.

“Two other men, aged 36 and 40, arrested in connection with this matter have been released on bail pending further police enquiries.”

A number of items seized from Belfast. Arrests were made by the PSNI in Lurgan and Belfast.
Suspected Class B drugs and cash seized from a house in Belfast. A number of men were arrested in Lurgan and Belfast by the PSNI.