The Dutch Fiscal Information and Investigation Service (FIOD) recently arrested a 35-year-old male in Rotterdam as a suspect in a money laundering investigation. The authority put the man under confinement after interrogation.
At the same address, the FIOD has also found a 38-year-old woman, the man’s wife, as a suspect living at the same residential address. The authority suspects that the couple collaboratively engaged in money laundering.
The FIOD arrested the man while searching his home. It also searched a business premises in Rotterdam as part of the investigation. The authority further seized records and watches during the searches. The FIOD initiated these actions after learning from its earlier investigation into money laundering that led to arrests of three men in February 2020.