NIS 3m. in goods confiscated from family suspected of money laundering

August 6, 2009 11:42

Police confiscated NIS 3 million worth of goods from the house of a Rishon Lezion family suspected of involvement in gambling, which is illegal in Israel, and money laundering, Israel Radio reported Thursday. Four high-end cars, computers and other equipment were confiscated from the family's home. The father and three of his children were detained for investigation but later released.

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