Sunday , February 25 2024

Counterfeit money ring broken by Hanoi police


Police in Hanoi have charged seven people with running a counterfeit money ring worth VND13 billion (US$550,000).

According to investigators, Huynh Thi Bup, 50, Dang Thi Thuy Van, 44, Dinh Xuan Tien, 41, will be prosecuted for “storing, transporting and circulating fake money.”

They proposed that Nguyen Tien Quan, 44, Tran Dang Quang, 38, Nguyen Van Hung, 55, and Dam Mai Tat Dat, 32, be prosecuted for “storing and transporting fake money.”

Quan, Quang, Hung and Dat brought the case to authorities and cooperated with Hanoi prosecutors.

On June 24, 2020, police found Tien with US$102,300 in counterfeited notes. He told police that he had bought the bills from Van in Ho Chi Minh City to sell.

After interrogating and investigating Tien and Van, police tracked down the rest of the ring and seized many more counterfeit Singapore, U.S. and Turkmenistan notes.

All of the seized fake bill could have been worth a total of VND13 billion if the conspirators had gotten away with it.

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