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Mon 12th, Nov

£13,000 recovered from convicted trader after re-offending

The Eastern Region Special Operations Unit (ERSOU) has secured the repayment of more than £13,000 from a convicted trader, after he had evaded payment for over two years.

Fri 09th, Nov

Two sentenced after stealing thousands in ram raid series

Two men are beginning sentences today after pleading guilty to being involved in a series of ram raids across the eastern region, stealing cash machines containing almost £300,000.

Fri 02nd, Nov

Luton gang found guilty of multi-million pound drugs conspiracy

A Luton organised crime group has been found guilty of operating a multi-million pound drugs supply business.

Mon 15th, Oct

ERSOU launch investigation into Suffolk based financial company

A large-scale investigation has been launched by the Eastern Region Specialist Operations Unit (ERSOU) into a Suffolk based financial company.

Fri 28th, Sep

Norfolk farmer ordered to repay £90,000

A farmer who was jailed for growing cannabis plants has been ordered to repay £90,000.

Tue 25th, Sep

Five men jailed for 36 years for running two county drugs lines in Cambridgeshire

Five men who sold drugs in Cambridgeshire via two ‘county lines’ have been jailed for more than 36 years.

Mon 17th, Sep

Convicted criminal from Peterborough ordered to pay back crime profits

Nerijus Ilgavyzis from Peterborough, currently in prison for money laundering and drug dealing, has been ordered to pay back more than £137,000

Fri 14th, Sep

More than £200,000 of recovered cash linked to criminal activity

ERSOU continues to lead the way in the use of new Proceeds of Crime Act legislation, which allows the freezing and forfeiture of money held in UK bank accounts, believed to be linked to criminal activity.

Thu 13th, Sep

ERSOU seizes £150,000 in latest use of financial powers to tackle organised crime

The Eastern Region Special Operations Unit (ERSOU) has made use of landmark new powers to seize around £150,000 as part of an investigation into organised crime.

Fri 07th, Sep

Multi-agency modern day slavery operation takes place in Cambridgeshire

Eight potential modern day slavery victims have been safeguarded after a multi-agency operation was carried out in Cambridgeshire today (Friday 7 September).