Returning Resident Scheme: Customs Pinned By CCID
4 Novembre 2013 - Le Matinal
Sidick Peeroo, a customs officer, was arrested by officers of the Central Criminal Investigation Department (CCID) in the context of the investigation of fraudulently imported luxury cars.
This officer of the Mauritius Revenue authority ( MRA ) was arrested Monday morning and was placed under arrest upon arrival at Central Criminal Investigation Department .
The customs will be translated in court Tuesday for his indictment . He was questioned at length on cars Dhaneshwar Toolsee , head of SS Motorpoint Ltd had imported.
During his multiple interrogation sessions , the businessman Dhaneshwar Toolsee had provided the police with an explanation of the modus operandi for the import of big cars . This denier , which specializes in importing cars for ' Returning Residents' , has been arrested for the first time on August 6 in the case of the Mercedes SLS 63 AMG owned by Ashish Kumar Seeburrun but was used by a third person. The businessman was 32 ??years in the viewfinder of the Mauritius Revenue Authority (MRA ) since April 2012.
The investigation initially led by MRA was entrusted to the Central Criminal Investigation Department after consultation with the Director of Public Prosecutions considers that there was ' conspiracy ' to import a series of luxury cars and the CCID is more likely to investigate.
Since then, new cases were transmitted to the Central Criminal Investigation Department by the Mauritius Revenue Authority as part of the investigation into alleged fraud on luxury cars . This , after the discovery of the import of fifteen luxury cars by the company Dhaneshwar Toolsee of Great Britain and have been dumped at customs.