Four people are indicted for a cocaine haul connected to the Kinahan gang.
Four people have been accused in connection with a significant cocaine bust that occurred in Dublin on Tuesday and was linked to the Kinahan criminal organisation.
The cocaine, thought to be worth €2.8 million, was discovered at a location on the Long Mile Road.
The four individuals, three males and one woman are scheduled to show up today before the Criminal Courts of Justice in Dublin.
Two other males who were detained have been freed on no charge, and the Director of Public Prosecutions will receive a file.
The scheduled search also turned up more than 2,000 nitrous oxide canisters, €78,000 in cash, a hydraulic drug press, paraphernalia for mixing drugs, a quantity of mixing agent, and a money counter.
The Irish drug distribution network of the Kinahan organised crime group has been significantly disrupted, according to the Gardaí, who hailed the seizure as substantial.