A MAN will face court in Singleton on Thursday accused of taking part in an alleged $1.2 million money laundering and fraud syndicate.
Campsie police established Strike Force Artal in July to investigate reports of phone scams and money laundering.
They arrested a 27-year-old man in February, charging him with recklessly deal with proceeds of crime greater than $5000.
Granted strict conditional bail, he is scheduled to face court in the Hunter.
Separately, strike force investigators raided a property in Bankstown on May 16.
Their search allegedly located mobile phones, electronic storage devices and cash seized to undergo forensic examination.
Police arrested a 36-year-old woman after further inquiries at an office on George Street.
She was charged with deal with property proceeds of crime greater than $100,000.
"Police will allege in court the woman used false and stolen identities to launder $1.2 million, obtained through telephone scams, into gift cards, gambling accounts and other bank accounts," NSW Police said in a statement.
The woman received strict conditional bail to face court on June 14.
Strike Force Artal's investigations continue.
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