A suspected money-laundering group was raided on Friday after two years of investigation, with police arresting 19 people. The triad-related group, active in West Kowloon, allegedly laundered HK$380 million over seven years from 2002, and also used its five nightclubs as brothels. Nine of those arrested were women. The youngest suspect is 19 and the oldest 51. They are mainly from one family and its friends. Police seized HK$1.13 million in cash, seven computers, some jewellery and a number of banking records. Property worth HK$21 million, including four cars and real estate registered with a foreign company has been frozen.