Dutch arrest 10 family members for money laundering

Dutch arrest 10 family members for money laundering

Dutch arrest 10 family members for money laundering

Dutch arrest 10 family members for money laundering

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The Netherlands has arrested 10 guys from the same circle of relatives on suspicion of big-scale money laundering likely connected to international drug trafficking, Dutch police stated Thursday.

The arrests took place on April 12 in the course of raids in and round Amsterdam, following a -yr investigation into tens of millions of euros in cash and bitcoin, police stated.

The suspects are between 24 and 60 years and stay in the Amsterdam location and Paramaribo, the capital of Suriname, a former Dutch colony in South America.

More than 1.4 million euros was also seized, with cash found hidden in furniture and cars.

“Amsterdam police have arrested 10 men suspected of underground banking,” the statement said.

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“The men are also suspected of large-scale money laundering and membership of a criminal organization,” it added.

White-collar crime investigators opened a probe in early 2020 into cash being moved around in shopping and sports bags, as well as cars.

Seven of the suspects were remanded into custody on April 25. Two of the suspects have been launched from pretrial detention due to personal situations, police said.

Additional investigations led police to intercept lots of cocaine and numerous million euros

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