In a money laundering investigation, the police found a total of more than 250,000 euros in cash at several locations in Oosterhout on Tuesday. Six vehicles, including two luxury cars, were also seized.
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The police’s Financial Investigation Team launched an investigation following reports of suspicious transactions. According to reports, a company on Bredaseweg in Oosterhout deposited millions in cash in the bank. Investigators suspected money laundering.
During searches at several locations in Oosterhout, a total of more than 2.5 tons of cash was seized on Tuesday. Part of it was hidden in the trunk of a luxury car. Six vehicles, including two luxury passenger cars, and administration were also seized.
No arrests took place. The investigation is continuing, police said.
A bill is being drafted that will ban cash payments of more than 3,000 euros.