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Ireland Criminal Assets Bureau carry out 10 raids across Dublin in operation targeting Kinahan cartel

19:50  08 december  2017
19:50  08 december  2017 Source:   dublinlive.ie

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Collins Photos © Collins Photos Collins Photos Criminal Assets Bureau investigators have carried out 10 searches in Dublin this morning as they continue to target Kinahan Cartel money.

CAB officers, backed up by members of the Dublin Armed Support Unit and ERU as well as local units hit the ten properties this morning.

Sources said that the raids were targeting key Kinahan associates and three of the properties involved a family allegedly related to serious international firearms offences.

It comes just a week after Gardai and CAB officers struck a number of properties in the Clondalkin area. During that operation they hit private homes and office blocks.

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At 10 am this morning, gardai raided 20 grounds in the Dublin area on foot of… The targeted search operation was a result of an ongoing While a west Dublin corrupt gang are believed to be the main focus of today’s raids , they are advised of to have close links with the Kinahan cartel , the driving

The bureau carried out 34 search operations in 2018, some of them involving highly co-ordinated In one of its largest operations , which targeted organised crime , it searched 39 locations across As well as targeting high-level organised criminals , including those involved in the Hutch- Kinahan feud

A source said: “This is part of an ongoing strategy by CAB and organised crime investigators targeting the Kinahan cartel.

“For more than a year bureau officers have worked up profiles on each gang member and their extended associates.

"Acting on these profiles Gardai have built up a picture of who is involved and the raids is the next stage in that strategy.

“Investigators are systematically working their way through all of the Irish-based elements of the gang – taking out their assets. The one thing that hurts crime gangs more than arrests is going after the money.”

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