Three arrested in County Tyrone illegal fuel raid

Three men have been arrested and a number of vehicles seized by HM Customs as part of an investigation into fuel fraud.

Customs and police officers raided a business premises in County Tyrone on Wednesday night.

A spokeswoman said six commercial and one private vehicle were seized, along with nearly 3,000 litres of suspected illegal fuel.

They said the raid happened in the north east of the county.

The three men, who are all from County Tyrone, have been released on bail.

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