DUBAI MONEY LAUNDERING: Emirati man arrested in multi-million Belgravia flat is charged


AN Emirati man has been charged with conspiring to launder criminal proceeds, following an investigation into a network of cash couriers suspected of removing tens of millions of pounds from the UK by plane into Dubai.

Abdullah Mohammed Ali Bin Beyat Alfalasi, 46, was arrested at his flat on the exclusive Lowndes Square, in Belgravia, (above) Westminster, on Tuesday, December 14.

The case revolves around a number of couriers who took at least a million pounds of cash out of the country in suitcases on Emirates flights.

Two couriers have already been convicted and several more arrested and released under investigation.

After being questioned by National Crime Agency (NCA) investigators he was charged last night, and was due to appear before Uxbridge Magistrates today December, 16.