February 22, 2024
Maskey welcomes seizure of suspected drugs and shotgun

Sinn Féin MP Paul Maskey has welcomed the seizure of £100,000 worth of suspected drugs, weapons and ammunition in west Belfast.

The West Belfast MP said:

“I welcome the work done by the police to take these dangerous items off our streets.

“Drugs and the associated criminality is a blight on our communities and many people’s lives.

“The investigation into this seizure is ongoing and I am hopeful the police will ensure those behind this activity are brought before the courts.

“I would encourage anyone with information on the supply of illegal drugs or associated criminality to bring it forward to the PSNI.”

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