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NSW police carried out the robbery on Thursday morning after the investigation had led them to believe that it was used to move illegally obtained money between companies to make the transactions look legitimate

Luxury cars, designer clothes, drugs and hundreds of thousands in cash are confiscated by police officers when they join a $ 80 million money laundering syndicate

  • The police raided a security company in Sydney, reportedly associated with a crime syndicate
  • Four people were arrested and $ 400,000 and a car were confiscated by the police
  • The police claim that the security company has laundered money for a criminal syndicate
  • They claim it is related to a raid in early 2019, where drugs and cars were seized
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Three men and a woman were arrested after a security company in Sydney was reportedly used by a criminal syndicate as a front to launder $ 80 million.

The police raided the property on Thursday morning and claim that it was used to move illegally obtained money between companies to make the transactions look legitimate.

During the raid, the police seized $ 400,000 and a car that they think was obtained through criminal activities.

According to police, the company is associated with a crime syndicate that was raided in March 2019, seizing luxury cars, designer clothes, drugs and hundreds of thousands of cash.

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Two men aged 29 and 30 were arrested in Guildford West at 9 a.m. and shortly thereafter another man, 30, and his girlfriend were arrested in Merrylands West.

NSW police carried out the robbery on Thursday morning after the investigation had led them to believe that it was used to move illegally obtained money between companies to make the transactions look legitimate

NSW police carried out the robbery on Thursday morning after the investigation had led them to believe that it was used to move illegally obtained money between companies to make the transactions look legitimate

The security company reportedly worked as a front over a four-year period and sent money to a Sydney syndicate – or to foreign accounts.

& # 39; It was a semi-legitimate business, but it was primary function (was) to serve as a front for money laundering, & # 39; NSW Police inspector chief inspector Nick Read told 9News.

Assist the four people arrested today in police investigations.

Search commands were performed at the house of Merrylands West, the security company and a second company in the CBD of Sydney.

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An investigation into whether the alleged crime syndicate has expanded its illegal activities outside NSW and to Victoria and Western Australia is also ongoing.

During the raid, the police seized $ 400,000 and a car that they think was obtained through criminal activities

During the raid, the police seized $ 400,000 and a car that they think was obtained through criminal activities

During the raid, the police seized $ 400,000 and a car that they think was obtained through criminal activities

According to police, the company is associated with a crime syndicate that was raided in March 2019, seizing luxury cars, designer clothes, drugs and hundreds of thousands in cash

According to police, the company is associated with a crime syndicate that was raided in March 2019, seizing luxury cars, designer clothes, drugs and hundreds of thousands in cash

According to police, the company is associated with a crime syndicate that was raided in March 2019, seizing luxury cars, designer clothes, drugs and hundreds of thousands in cash

Two men aged 29 and 30 were arrested in Guildford West at 9 a.m. and shortly thereafter another man, 30, and his girlfriend were arrested in a house in Merrylands West.
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Two men aged 29 and 30 were arrested in Guildford West at 9 a.m. and shortly thereafter another man, 30, and his girlfriend were arrested in a house in Merrylands West.

Two men aged 29 and 30 were arrested at 9:00 am in Guildford West and shortly thereafter another man, 30, and his girlfriend were arrested in a house in Merrylands West.

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