It was the first time a person involved in the sale of gold bars acquired from unknown sources was charged with money laundering. Photo: Shutterstock It was the first time a person involved in the sale of gold bars acquired from unknown sources was charged with money laundering. Photo: Shutterstock
It was the first time a person involved in the sale of gold bars acquired from unknown sources was charged with money laundering. Photo: Shutterstock

Hong Kong man accused of selling 1 tonne of gold bars of unknown source for HK$340 million charged with money laundering

  • The 33-year-old man worked as a truck driver and had an average monthly income of HK$8,500
  • Customs officer Sandra Chan says the money deposited into his companies’ bank accounts was not commensurate with his occupation and background

Topic |   Crime in Hong Kong
It was the first time a person involved in the sale of gold bars acquired from unknown sources was charged with money laundering. Photo: Shutterstock It was the first time a person involved in the sale of gold bars acquired from unknown sources was charged with money laundering. Photo: Shutterstock
It was the first time a person involved in the sale of gold bars acquired from unknown sources was charged with money laundering. Photo: Shutterstock
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