Sheffield news 'Serious criminal' Yorkshire car salesman agrees to hand over £1.14m PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - Peter Grubisic, 59, has agreed to forfeit properties and money worth £1.14 million to the NCA after alleged ' serious criminality'

Sheffield news 'Serious criminal' Yorkshire car salesman agrees to hand over £1.14m PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - Peter Grubisic, 59, has agreed to forfeit properties and money worth £1.14 million to the NCA after alleged ' serious criminality'

Sheffield news 'Serious criminal' Yorkshire car salesman agrees to hand over £1.14m PremierLeague-News.Com
05 August 2022 - 14:00

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! A second-hand car salesman has agreed to forfeit a properties and money worth a total of £1.14million, following a Civil Recovery and Tax investigation into his acquisition of a portfolio of 10 properties. Peter Grubisic, 59, from Ilkley, has agreed to forfeit a total of £1.14million in money and properties - the settlement includes five buy-to-let properties, a luxury property in Spain, a property with a development opportunity comprising of a site for eight dwellings, and £249.241 cash held in a bank account.

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. Read more: Mum of three and daughter die after she is transferred to 'wrong ward' It was alleged that Grubisic also has links to serious organised criminals in the UK and overseas, including in the Netherlands and Spain. The NCA asserted that Grubisic used his car dealership and property development businesses to launder the proceeds of his unlawful conduct, and that his declared income was not sufficient to fund his property purchases and luxury lifestyle, which included several business class flights to South America. Read More Related Articles Red Arrows Whitby Regatta route in last event of the year Read More Related Articles Kelly Cousins banned from Liverpool city centre after video of pair having sex goes viral Rob Burgess, Head of Civil Recovery at the NCA said: "Taking the proceeds of crime off individuals such as Grubsic can have a significant impact for the local area. "Through this work we have sent a clear message to the community that no one is above the law, while simultaneously taking away his ability to enjoy the proceeds of crime." Read next: House of horror where killer Yorkshire husband decorated for Halloween after killing wife and stuffing her in suitcase Suspicious neighbours made horrific discovery after seeing Thomas Nutt with suitcase Mum told friends she had found 'the one' - but life soon turned into living hell The full tragic story of murdered 'lost child' Sebastian Kalinowski who hid a life of abuse and torture Read More Related Articles Tragedy as woman's body pulled from water in Horbury as police issue statement Read More Related Articles Live as fire near Doncaster sends thick clouds of black smoke billowing over city

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