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On Tuesday 14 April, [C], a 61-year-old man who was arrested on 3 June 2014 appeared on police bail and was further questioned in relation to money laundering offences being investigated by officers from the Met Police's Counter Terrorism Command. He has since been released on police bail to a date in July.
[A], a 73-year-old man and [B] a 44-year-old man , who were arrested on 5 December 2013 on suspicion of money laundering are also on police bail to a date in July.
On 12 January, [D], a 41-year-old man attended a police station in Greater Manchester by appointment where he was arrested on suspicion of money laundering and later released on police bail to a date in April.
On 17 February, [E], a 27-year-old man attended a police station in Suffolk where he was arrested on suspicion of money laundering and later released on police bail to a date in April.
On 1 April, [F], a 64-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of money laundering. He is now on police bail to a date in July.
Police bail is the term used when a person arrested in connection with a criminal offence is released from police custody whilst the police investigation continues until they are next required to appear at a police station.
When a person is released on police bail they are required to return to the police station at a specific date and time.