Yu Yiu-wing (left) and Daniel Mok of customs’ syndicate crimes investigation bureau at the press conference on the money laundering case involving HK$384 million. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Yu Yiu-wing (left) and Daniel Mok of customs’ syndicate crimes investigation bureau at the press conference on the money laundering case involving HK$384 million. Photo: Xiaomei Chen

Hong Kong siblings arrested on suspicion of laundering HK$384 million through various channels, including cryptocurrency platform

  • Brother and sister found to have received more than HK$100 million from 380 different personal bank accounts of other people in nearly 2,500 transactions
  • Cash was also deposited in 617 attempts through ATMs on late nights, with each transaction reaching HK$100,000

Topic |   Crime in Hong Kong
Yu Yiu-wing (left) and Daniel Mok of customs’ syndicate crimes investigation bureau at the press conference on the money laundering case involving HK$384 million. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Yu Yiu-wing (left) and Daniel Mok of customs’ syndicate crimes investigation bureau at the press conference on the money laundering case involving HK$384 million. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
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