Man found with £30,000 in the boot of his car sentenced for money laundering

PUBLISHED: 10:39 23 September 2015 | UPDATED: 10:39 23 September 2015

Frederick O'Connor

Frederick O'Connor


The man pleaded guilty earlier this month

A Sidcup man found with nearly £30,000 in the boot of his car three years ago has been sentenced for money laundering.

Frederick O’Connor was given a 12 month sentence, suspended for two years at Croydon Crown Court after pleading guilty on September 8.

O’Connor was pulled over by police on November 30 2012, as police searched O’Connor’s Audi in Blackbrook Lane, Bickley they found a total of £29,655 in the boot.

After length enquiries O’Connor was charged and agreed to forfeit the money found after pleading guilty to the possession of criminal property.

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