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World Berlin and Brandenburg: Major police raid for money laundering and tax evasion

15:20  22 september  2020
15:20  22 september  2020 Source:   handelsblatt.com

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Apartments, houses and offices in Berlin and Brandenburg are searched - on suspicion of fraud, tax evasion and money laundering.

The Berlin police carried out a major raid on several suspects on suspicion of fraud, tax evasion and money laundering. It is also about a connection with organized crime, said a police spokeswoman on Tuesday morning.

The police did not reveal the names of the suspects. According to dpa information, members of a clan of Arab origin are among them. There were no arrests. "Bild" and "B.Z." had previously reported.

18 apartments, houses and offices in

Berlin and Brandenburg have been searched since 6.00 a.m., including a villa in Kleinmachnow south of Berlin. The criminal police and tax investigators confiscated written documents and data carriers. The aim is to find evidence and confiscate assets, said the spokeswoman.

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More than 300 police officers were on duty, including a special task force (SEK) and several departments of the State Criminal Police Office (LKA). According to the police, there were no incidents: "So far, everything has been unproblematic." The public prosecutor's office announced a message.

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