A MONEY launderer had £250,000 in cash stuffed under his bed when police searched his house.
Lin Guo, 32, was stopped by officers in November CRI2019 carrying a rucksack with £20,000.
A money launderer had £250,000 in cash stuffed under his bed when police searched his house[/caption]
He had £1,200 in Scottish notes in his pocket.
There was £6,300 in a bedside table, along with cash-counting machines and a device to check for fake notes.
Messages on his phone detailed bank transfers in China.
Guo, of Canning Town, East London, admitted two counts of money laundering at Inner London crown court.
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He was sentenced to two years’ jail, suspended for 18 months.
Cash at his address was seized by police.
Det Insp Mark Forster said: “Guo was part of an organised crime group.”
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