Nine Brabant properties raided in money laundering investigation

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

The Noord-Brabant are raiding nine homes and businesses on Friday as part of a major investigation into money laundering, ANP reports.

The police also seized the administration of seven auditing firms. The investigators believe that the suspects in this investigation used the auditing firms' services for their money laundering practices. Whether or not the auditors and accountants were aware of this fact is not yet clear.

Raids are being done at addresses in Sprundel, Raamsdonksveer, Made, Drimmelen, Kaatsheuvel, Geertruidenberg, Oosterhout and Hank. The police are using dogs specifically trained to sniff out money. So far no money was found, according to the news wire. No arrests have been made yet.