RTE is reporting that "Nearly €4 million worth of cocaine has been seized by gardaí and customs officers in Co Cork. Over 55kg of the drug – worth more than €3.85m - was seized at Ringaskiddy Port earlier this afternoon. The drugs were found concealed in the refrigeration unit of a maritime container originating from Ecuador. They were located with the assistance of Revenue's Maritime Unit and X-Ray scanner, as well as drug detector dog Merlin."
The Irish Times is reporting that "It is the second such major seizure of Ringaskiddy in cocaine in recent years and follows the seizure of 172 kgs of cocaine with a street value of €12 million worth in a similar joint operation between Revenue and Gardaí in February 2021. On that occasion, Garda search teams and customs rummage teams, using an X-ray scanner and assisted by sniffer dog, Marley, uncovered the drugs after searching several of the 12m containers aboard the ship after she docked in Ringaskiddy."
X-ray scanners and drug sniffing dogs at the ports. That's important.