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British Customs officers have arrested cricket match fixer Mazher Majeed again on charges of being involved in a money laundering racket.


London, Sep.1 : British Customs officers have arrested cricket match fixer Mazher Majeed again on charges of being involved in a money laundering racket.

According to The Sun, Customs are now looking into his affairs before the scandal involving Pakistan's cricketers surfaced.

Customs officers were waiting at Majeed's 1.8 million pound home in Croydon, South London, and arrested him, his wife Sheliza Manji, 35, and a business associate, 49. All three have been bailed.

"Customs are looking into large-scale money transfers possibly linked to organised crime," a senior source was quoted, as saying.

Majeed became a co-owner of Croydon Athletic Football Club two years ago and has pumped hundreds of thousands of pounds into it. He also owns a firm called Bluesky Developments.

ANI

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