Europol dismantles multimillion-euro cyber gang

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The gang had stocked firearms, ammunition, electronic gadgets, designer clothes, jewellery, and thousands of euros in cash and cryptocurrencies
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The gang had stocked firearms, ammunition, electronic gadgets, designer clothes, jewellery, and thousands of euros in cash and cryptocurrencies

Nine people have been taken into custody as a result of a cross-border operation between Europol and police in the Netherlands and Belgium.

The organised crime group, now in custody in the Netherlands, engaged in phishing, scams, fraud, and money laundering activities that led to millions of euros in losses. According to a National ...

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