Three foreigners arrested for money laundering

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Zevenbergschen Hoek – During a car inspection, a large amount of money was found in a hidden room. The origin was not clear and the three occupants were therefore arrested for money laundering.

The route from the Randstad to the southern border of our country is often used to import drugs, money or other illegal goods into or out of our country. For this reason, various government services carry out many checks on vehicles driving towards or coming from the border.

50,000 euros

On Friday, March 29, 2024 at 3:10 a.m., a Zeeland-West-Brabant police unit will pull over a car on the A16 near Zevenbergschen Hoek for a check. There are three men of foreign nationality in the car. The officers search the car and find 50,000 euros in cash in a hidden room. The origin of the money remains unclear and the occupants, a 21-year-old man from Belgium, a 23-year-old man from France and a 24-year-old man from Morocco, are arrested on suspicion of money laundering. The car, owned by a coach company, has been seized. The matter will be further investigated. At the desk it turned out that the man from France was wanted in his country.

Undermining crime

Undermining crime, what is that actually? Roughly speaking, it means the mixing of the underworld and the upper world. The hairdresser or the restaurant where you never see anyone go in, the shed or house where the windows are taped up. In short, things that you suspect are not right.

This concerns fraud, money laundering as in the case above, organized cannabis cultivation, fencing, human trafficking and other forms of crime. Activities that weaken and disrupt society. We can only tackle this problem together. So together with governments, private parties and citizens. Your observation can be very valuable. Do you have the feeling that something is not right? Call 112 if every second counts and 0900-8844 if there is no emergency, call the police. You can also report anonymously via the Report Crime Anonymous reporting point. Then call 0800 -7000.

More information about undermining can be found at: Undermining

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