North West Regional Organised Crime Unit
 

Proceeds of Crime Act Confiscations hearings result in orders of nearly £1.8 million

Fri 13th, Jul

Five males were between 9 July and 10 July given orders of £1,788,718.65 with identified assets of £306,846,38

Operation Alveras was a money laundering investigation conducted by the North West Regional Organised Crime Unit which identified the movement of large volumes of money within the North West of England that had been acquired illegitimately through organised crime groups in and around the North West of England.

The defendants successfully prosecuted as a result of this investigation are from the Salford and Strangeways area of Manchester.

North West Regional Organised Crime Unit were able to identify that the criminal benefit of the following five males along with their available assets were as follows:

 

 

Razwan Munir (above) of Egerton Drive, Hale, Altringham, had a confiscation order issued of £452,819.00 with available assets of £140,422,12

Mohamed Chaudrey (above) of Chatburn Road, Manchester, had a confiscation order issued £72,544,.46 with an available assets of £10,550.00

Nokhaiz Haider (above) of Broomhurst Avenue, Oldham, had a confiscation order issued of £341,852.62 with no available assets.

Imran Sarwar (above) of Prospect Drive, Altringham, had a confiscation order issued of £98,853.57 with available assets of £6580.00

Umar Haq (above) of  Edge Lane, Chorlton, Manchester, had a confiscation order of £822,712.00 with available assets of £149,294.26