Cybercrime Squad detectives have charged an extra six folks as a part of an investigation right into a legal syndicate accused of laundering cash utilizing cryptocurrency.
In October detectives from the State Crime Command’s Cybercrime Squad established Strike Power Curns to analyze a legal syndicate concerned in cyber-enabled cash laundering.
Final month, detectives arrested a 30-year-old man and seized $1 million money throughout a car cease at Strathfield. The person was charged with 24 offences and stays earlier than the courts.
Following additional investigations, detectives arrested six folks – a person and 5 girls – throughout Sydney on Wednesday.
Police additionally searched house models at Newington and Strathfield, the place officers seized cell phones, laptops and tablets in addition to money and jewelry.
A 48-year-old Newington man was charged with seven counts of knowingly coping with proceeds of crime with the intention to hide and take part in a legal group and contribute to legal exercise.
Police will allege in courtroom the person was concerned within the cryptocurrency cash laundering syndicate and deposited money into fraudulent financial institution accounts.
He was refused bail to seem at Burwood Native Courtroom on Thursday.
A 24-year-old Strathfield girl has additionally been charged.
Police will allege in courtroom the lady was concerned within the cryptocurrency cash laundering syndicate and handled proceeds of crime to the worth of $3 million.
A 24-year-old Homebush West girl, a 23-year-old Denham Courtroom girl and 23-year-old Newington girl, had been all charged with recklessly coping with the proceeds of crime.
A 23-year-old Harmony girl was charged with recklessly coping with the proceeds of crime.
All 5 girls had been granted strict conditional bail to seem at Central Native Courtroom on April 19.