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Wednesday, 12 May 2010

Gang could lose assets

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North West Evening Mail | News | Gang could lose assets: "Lin Shu Che, 26, owner of Barrow's Wonder Wok on Howe Street, her lover Tai Wen, 28, Zia Quing Guo, 34, from Bridge Street in Heywood, near Manchester, and Ping Lin, owner of the Happy House in Leyland, Lancashire, were all convicted by a jury of 22 counts relating to laundering money.
They were jailed for a total of 12½ years in July last year and look set to be deported on release.
A lengthy probe into takeaways across the North West saw detectives discover they were being used as fronts to move cash connected to the cultivation of cannabis, manufacturing of counterfeit documents and goods, between bank accounts and even across to China."

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