Drugs found at MSA
An investigation has been launched after drugs were found at Mount Saint Agnes Academy last week.
Police said that a small quantity of a “plant material” was seized from an unattended auxiliary cycle located on school property last Friday.
“The drugs have been taken to the Government analyst and an investigation is now under way to link the drugs to an individual,” police said this morning.
“It should be noted that the school is fully co-operating with police.”
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