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Luxury vehicles in millions of shekels: The anti-crime enforcement operation in Arab society continues Israel today

2021-11-29T11:32:04.431Z

In the shadow of the fight against the violent rampage in Arab society, the police, in cooperation with the Tax Authority, are also working on economic crime.



As part of the "Safe Track" operational activity and the national struggle to deal with crime in Arab society, to strengthen governance and deterrence, a targeted activity was carried out this morning (Monday) by the Israel Police and the Tax Authority against economic crime in Arab society in an operation in Nazareth.

Luxury vehicles in millions of shekels: Anti-crime enforcement operation in Arab society continues // Photo: Police spokeswoman

The activity focused on taxpayers some of whom run businesses suspected of serving as a cover for criminal activity.

These are citizens who have accumulated debts totaling millions of shekels for income tax, VAT and real estate tax, and the purpose of the activity was to reach the property of those debtors and confiscate it.

As part of the operation, police officers from the Northern District of the Israel Police and members of the National Collection Enforcement Unit (OTZLP) raided the debtors' homes. During the raid, homes were searched and 11 vehicles were seized, including a number of luxury vehicles.

Another vehicle seized by the police, Photo: Police spokeswoman

Just a week and a half ago, dozens of detectives and investigators in the Central Unit (SAR) of the Central District, accompanied by Border Police fighters and Tax Authority personnel, raided offices and land of a vehicle fleet management company in the Glilot area and the homes of criminal elements in the South.

According to the suspicion, the scope of the offenses attributed to the company is estimated at half a billion shekels.

The company's owners, residents of Savyon and Herzliya, were detained for questioning on suspicion of money laundering and unlicensed credit.

The police stated that "integrated enforcement activity is an effective tool in combating criminal phenomena and other phenomena alongside the criminal process.

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Source: israelhayom

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