Police invade transport company to investigate m … (Arendonk)

The police raided the Van Steenbergen transport company in Arendonk on Tuesday. — © Bert De Deken

Arendonk

The federal judicial police raided transport company Van Steenbergen in Arendonk on Tuesday. There is a large-scale investigation into human trafficking and social fraud. Searches were also carried out in thirteen other places. The ball started to roll after testimonials from employees who earn less than 600 euros a month. Four persons of the Van Steenbergen family were arrested and will be brought before the investigating judge.

Britt Peeters

Yesterday at 7:00 PM


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