Two arrested for swindling millions
A 61-year old man and a 59-year old woman from Apeldoorn were apprehended on Tuesday morning in suspicion of swindling, white washing and forgery.
Police in Apeldoorn launched an investigation into the pair after some reports came in from 11 people who were victimized.
The two earned around five million Euro with credit portfolios that did not exist. The man was arrested in Rekem, Belgium and the woman near their home in Apeldoorn. The man is lead suspect and the police has asked for his extradition.
The home in Apeldoorn has been seized in this operation. A caravan in Nieuwkoop is also being investigated, and the police is not ruling out further arrests.