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June 29, 2022

Raids in Bucharest markets: two tons of fish confiscated, 18 criminal files

Fraud investigation police officers confiscated two tons of fish on Saturday,  opened 18 criminal files for tax evasion and issued fines of RON 105,000  after raiding five markets in Bucharest. The raids started around 9 AM in the  ig Berceni, Resita, Crangasi, Moghioros and Delfinului markets and  targeted the fish sellers. Police officers accompanied by representatives of  the National Fishing and Aquaculture Agency and Consumer Protection  Office inspectors checked 31 companies and issued fines of RON 105,000  for the irregularities discovered, a press communiqué issued by the  Romanian Police on Saturday shows.

Authorities opened 18 criminal files  and confiscated two tons of fish. At the same time, police officers also  confiscated RON 28,000 in undeclared sales. Police officers and inspectors checked the products’ documents of origin  and quality, taking into account that this weekend saw a higher demand for fish. The day before similar raids target the Obor and Domenii markets.

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