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Knackers in Stockholm

Warning to Lock up and steer clear

Kegzmc
post 13.Jan.2013, 08:04 PM
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What's a turd?
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Gordy
post 13.Jan.2013, 09:26 PM
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Location: Skåne
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A bit more than a quarter, but not as much as a half.
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Gordy
post 16.Jan.2013, 07:23 AM
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Traveller crime gang held after European police raids

POLICE forces across eight European countries have arrested 30 members of an Irish Traveller crime network which is involved in money laundering, drug trafficking and organised robbery worldwide.

At least nine members of the organised crime group, known as the 'Rathkeale Rovers', have been served with tax demands worth €9m by authorities – following a complex investigation headed by Europol.

So concerned were international police forces with the criminal activities of the 'Rathkeale Rovers', that a special international meeting was held at Europol in 2011 to come up with a co-ordinated approach on how to tackle the crime network.

Europol director Rob Wainwright said Operation Oakleaf was established after gardai asked for Europol's expertise in gathering intelligence about the 'Rathkeale Rovers' across Europe.

The network is made up of several Traveller families who have Irish origins.

Mr Wainwright said gardai were involved in 30 Europol operations in recent months and 20 investigations were ongoing.

Police forces in Belgium; the Czech Republic; Denmark; Finland; France; Germany; Italy; the Netherlands; Norway; Sweden; the UK; Austria; Portugal; Spain; Switzerland; and the US are involved in the ongoing investigations.

Despite the efforts of international police forces, two members of the crime network are believed to have been responsible for a daring art theft from a museum in Norway less than a fortnight ago.

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http://www.independent.ie/national-news/tr...ds-3354726.html

Hopefully that will stop their gallop for a bit.
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