The trio were arrested after police carried out five search warrants throughout Northland, Hamilton and Auckland this week, Detective Senior Sergeant Kevan Verry said today in a statement.
The warrants were part of a Northland Organised Crime Unit operation targeting the group, who have allegedly been obtaining cash through fraudulent car loan applications over several years.
It’s alleged the key player has been scamming finance companies into offering loans to purchase cars since 2017, Verry said.
Falsified bank documents were allegedly used to get loans approved, after which it’s alleged fake settlement statements were produced to obtain further loans and more money.
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