OpVenice seize £1m cash

Bikers United
By Bikers United
May 28, 2020
OpVenice seize £1m cash

The Met Police Operation Venice team, who tackle scooter, moped and motorcycle crime have sized one-million pounds in cash.

The huge haul came after officers stopped and searched a suspect in Muswell Hill, London on Tuesday 26th May.

The 31-year old suspect, presumably riding suspiciously or riding a stolen scooter, was found to have £12,000 cash on him, which he couldn’t explain.

He has been arrested under the Proceeds of Crime Act (POCA) and taken to a police station in northwest London.

VIT officials then carried out a search of the suspect’s home in Haringey.

Inside they discovered what is estimated to be about £ 1 million in cash concealed in boxes and bags of clothing. They noticed a variety of passports, as well.

The suspect remains in police custody at this time.

  • michael reynolds says:

    What nationality is he.

  • freshfinance@aol.com says:

    Where did the bikes go? Who bought them? Thats what we need to know

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