Tuesday August 11, 2020

VRT probe could yield major criminal links

Garda raids on motor dealerships last week could yield vital links in the suspected involvement of a small number of businesspeople in laundering the proceeds of the drugs trade in Dublin, according to senior gardai.

15th December, 2007

Garda raids on motor dealerships last week could yield vital links in the suspected involvement of a small number of businesspeople in laundering the proceeds of the drugs trade in Dublin, according to senior gardai.

The raids led to the identification of more than 40 vehicles linked to a major vehicle registration tax (VRT) scam, and are expected to lead to settlements of about €10,000 per vehicle by some car dealers.

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