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Australia Sydney man arrested trying to flee country after $7 million cash seized

12:11  11 june  2021
12:11  11 june  2021 Source:   9news.com.au

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A man has been charged after allegedly trying to flee to Dubai, following the police seizure of $ 7 million found under concrete flooring in south-western Sydney . The cash was found in a storage shed at a home in Roselands last Wednesday and is currently being examined as it is counted. NSW Police estimate it to be in excess of $ 7 million . Another home at Marrickville was also searched in the same raid. Last night Hugo Jacobs, 39, was arrested at Sydney International Airport as he attempted to catch a flight to Dubai.

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A Sydney man has been arrested trying to flee the country after police found $7 million cash stashed in supermarket bags under flooring.

The 39-year-old was arrested at Sydney International Airport last night, attempting to board a flight to Dubai.

It followed police raids on at homes at Marrickville and Roselands in Sydney's south west last week by police and Australian Border Force officers.

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a pile of luggage sitting on top of a suitcase: A Sydney man was arrested trying to fly to Dubai after police seized $7 million in cash stored under concrete flooring. © NSW Police A Sydney man was arrested trying to fly to Dubai after police seized $7 million in cash stored under concrete flooring.

During the search of the Roselands home, officers found an estimated $7 million in cash hidden under concrete flooring in a storage shed.

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Australian authorities have seized more than £3 million in a single haul. The money was spread over seven suitcases confiscated in Sydney . An American man has been arrested and charged, but denies charges. Bust is part of Operation Eligo which is targeting money laundering. A record £3.1 million (. 7 million ) in cash was seized last week in Sydney by Australian police, leading to the arrest of an American man , as a part of the latest bust in their crackdown on international money laundering and drug trafficking. The millions were found spread across seven suitcases, with officers arresting an

Casino gambler arrested . A 30-year-old man has been charged following a police investigation into suspicious transactions at Sydney 's The Star casino in July. On July 21, a search of the man at the casino, and of his vehicle nearby, led to the seizure of more than ,000 in cash , ,000 in casino chips, two mobile phones and documentation. A second search warrant at his Auburn home resulted in police seizing a further ,000 in cash , a CCTV system and documentation. Police will allege he purchased chips with money believed to be the proceeds of crime at least twice.

The cash was seized and is being further examined as it is counted.

The man's arrest stems from an investigation started last June into a criminal syndicate suspected to be supplying prohibited drugs across New South Wales.

a group of flyers on a table: Police believe there was $7 million in cash stashed under a Sydney property. © NSW Police Police believe there was $7 million in cash stashed under a Sydney property.

The man, from Earlwood in Sydney's south west, has been charged with knowingly deal with proceeds of crime.

He has been refused bail and is due to appear at Central Local Court today.

Police investigations are continuing.

Man arrested trying to board flight to Dubai over $7 million in cash found under floor .
A man is arrested at Sydney's International Airport allegedly trying to flee to Dubai, following the seizure of about $7 million in cash found under a concrete floor.The cash was found in a storage shed at a home in Roselands last Wednesday and is currently being examined as it is counted.

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