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Telford car theft gang chief made £250,000 in 'professional' operation

News / April 23

The Operation centred around individuals who would purchase prestige motor vehicles (Audi, VW, and BMW) most of the vehicles were purchased from car auctions with a high mileage on them.

Operation JOY, was an investigation and Prosecution into, Conspiracy to Defraud, and Money laundering back in 2007

The Operation centred around individuals who would purchase prestige motor vehicles (Audi, VW, and BMW) most of the vehicles were purchased from car auctions with a high mileage on them. They pleaded guilty to conspiracy to defraud and received varying terms of imprisonment.

In 2017 a further investigation was undertaken by the Regional Organised Crime Unit and the Crown Prosecution Service into the finances of Khan, Hussain & Hussain.

On 19 March 2020 at Stafford Crown Court Jangeer Khan was order to pay £56,226.96, Sagir Hussain was ordered to pay £145,978.90 and Wahid Hussain was ordered to pay £128,858.74. The defendants were allowed 3 months in which to pay or face a term of 15 months imprisonment in default.

A landmark POCA case.

©WMROCU 2020