Two brothers accused of fraud after police found & # 39; 1 million dollars in cash hidden in shopping bags, stolen documents and ammunition & # 39; during a raid
- Raid on the house was fueled after a man told the police about fraudulent invoices
- Early Tuesday morning two men were arrested in a building in Revesby
- Search allegedly discovered cash, identity papers and boxes of ammunition
Two brothers have been accused of fraud after $ 1 million in cash, stolen documents and ammunition have been found in a house in southwest Sydney.
The raid on the house was fueled after a man told the police in June about fraudulent invoices and large amounts of money that were illegally transferred from his bank account.
Early Tuesday morning the police arrested the men, 31 and 54 years old, on a site in Revesby.
Two brothers are accused of fraud after finding $ 1 million in cash, stolen documents and ammunition in a house in southwest Sydney (stock image)
A search for allegedly revealed stolen identification documents, eight boxes of ammunition and various shopping bags with more than $ 1 million in cash.
The older brother has been accused of knowingly dealing with the proceeds of crime, owning ammunition without a license and dealing with the proceeds of crime.
He was refused the bail and will appear later on Wednesday in the local Bankstown court.
The younger man was charged with knowingly handling the proceeds of crime.
He received conditional bail and will appear in the same court on November 20.
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