Two arrests after day of action by the Financial Investigation Team

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Hoofddorp – In an ongoing investigation into subversive crime by the Haarlemmermeer police and the Financial Investigation Team of the North Holland unit, two people were arrested in Amstelveen during a day of action on Tuesday, April 9. It concerns a 49-year-old man and a 50-year-old woman from Amstelveen. Searches also took place in a home and two business premises. In addition to twenty vehicles, cash and administration, valuable goods such as watches, jewelry, branded clothing and bags were seized.

The reason for the investigation by the Financial Investigation Team was an integrated audit of the Haarlemmermeer police in 2021. After intensive research, a day of action took place on Tuesday, April 9. For example, searches were carried out in two business premises on Smaragdlaan and Parellaan in Hoofddorp. This was done in collaboration with, among others, the Haarlemmermeer base team, sniffer dog handlers and Search Team. During the searches, in addition to 20 vehicles, a significant amount of valuable goods were seized for further investigation.

Suspects
The 49-year-old man and 50-year-old woman from Amstelveen are currently in custody. They will be brought before the examining magistrate on Friday, April 12. The investigation by the Financial Investigation Team continues.

Subversion
When carrying out illegal activities – such as drug trafficking and money laundering – criminals use the upper world. Legal services and facilities such as transport, storage, finance and communication tools are used to carry out crime. A mixture between the underworld and the upper world. Subversion affects our society and endangers the safety of society.

Help and report!
Anyone can be confronted with subversive crime. Do you see, hear or smell trouble? Report it to the police! Call 112 if every second counts and 0900-8844 if there is no emergency, call the police. You can also report anonymously via Report Crime Anonymous, calling 0800 -7000.

Information source: Politie.nl

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