Crime World Extra: A bumper year for the Criminal Assets Bureau
Three residential properties, one city centre business premises and one million of stolen crypto currency - it isn’t bad for a day's work at the Criminal Assets Bureau.
But that's just the start of the countless homes, monies, cars and designer goods that are stacking up to make this a bumper year for the Bureau.
So what is the CAB at and how is it identifying the hundreds of targets across the country who are regularly handing over their loot without a fight?
Nicola Tallant is joined by Sunday World journalist Eamon Dillon to look at the recent successes of the Bureau as it approaches 25 years since it’s formation.
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