FIVE FREED OVER CROSS CHANNEL DIRTY MONEY AND FRAUD PROBE

 

PSNI Organised Crime Branch Chief Supt Roy McComb headed up dirty money and fraud probe

PSNI Organised Crime Branch Chief Supt Roy McComb headed up dirty money and fraud probe

DETECTIVES in Northern Ireland have on Thursday night released five people arrested  over insurance fraud and suspected money laundering.

A total of seven people were arrested in Northern Ireland and Scotland during swoops.

The probe was carried out by the PSNI’s Organised Crime Branch headed up by Det Chief Supt Roy McComb.

Six people were detained in the Ballymena area on Wednesday.

Those detained were three men aged 53, 31 and 45 and three women aged 50, 26 and 46.

The 45-year-old man and 46-year-old woman were later released on bail.

Another man, aged 52, was arrested in Scotland and brought over to NI for questioning.

On Thursday night, the remaining five suspects were also released on bail pending further inquiries.

Officers from the Organised Crime Branch searched various locations in Belfast, Antrim, Glenavy and Ballymena as part of the investigation.

They said their inquiries are expected to continue for some time.

 

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