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EFCC Raids Lagos Auto shop, Recovers Cars

EFCC Recovers 29 Cars in Lagos Auto shop

A statement from the EFCC as reported by Legit.ng, describes the auto shop as a syndicate of organised internet fraudsters.

The Lagos office of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission() has raided an in Lagos, seizing 29 cars.

The raid which happened on Tuesday, November 27, according to the commission, was a follow up to a report its men had received pertaining to the activities of the shop.

A statement from the EFCC as reported by Legit.ng, describes the auto shop as a syndicate of organised internet fraudsters.

“Investigation revealed that the syndicate, which specializes in (BEC) in the United States of America (USA) usually moves proceeds of its alleged illicit business to a nominated bank account owned by their mules in the U.S.

“The syndicate members allegedly launder the proceeds through money order, which they use to purchase cars in American auctions and ship same to Nigeria for sale.

“The EFCC had earlier arrested one of the syndicate members, ,” the statement read.

The commission also added that in Adeyemi’s statement to the EFCC, he mentioned one as the managing director of Astrax Autos and Automobile. 

The EFCC listed that cars recovered from the syndicate to include: four Toyota Corolla; seven Toyota Camry; two Toyota Highlander; two Toyota Venza; two Range Rover; one Ford SUV; three Mercedes Benz; one Toyota 4runner; one Toyota Sienna; four Honda Accord; one Toyota Sequoia and one Kia car, Legit.ng reports.

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