Limousine company raided in Brabant money laundering investigation

Police officers on the street
Police officers on the streetPhoto: Politie

The police raided nine homes and companies across Noord-Brabant on Tuesday as part of a major money laundering investigation. A limousine rental company in Kaatsheuvel was one of the addresses raided. At least two limousines will be seized, a police spokesperson said to

Addresses in Waalwijk, Rijen, Almkerk and Aalst were also raided. About a hundred people took part in this action, including police officers, FIOD officers, and soldiers. A number of sniffer dogs were also used. 

The buildings will be searched by tactical detectives from the police and FIOD, the Tax Authority's investigative department. They are looking for evidence that will aid the money laundering investigation, according to the police. 

The police expect that the investigations will take up the rest of the day.