Police hunt Norbury man wanted over multi-million pound money laundering scam
The National Crime Agency (NCA) have appealed for help tracing a Norbury man wanted in connection with a multi-million pound money laundering scam.
Chidambaram Pitchaipillai, was arrested at his home in September 2012, but later breached his bail conditions.
The 36-year-old who is an Indian national of Tamil descent, is known to have gone under a number of aliases, including Subash Chandrabose and Sankar Mani.
Investigators from National Crime Agency (NCA), a new law enforcement agency for serious and organised crime, want to speak with him about a scam that has seen over £5m of criminal money laundered.
He is known to have previously been involved in the money service bureau industry.
Pitchaipillai has links in the Croydon and Tooting areas, as well as East Ham in east London.
Jacque Beer, NCA Branch Commander said: "Pitchaipillai is wanted in connection with a major money laundering and fraud investigation and so it is really important that we track him down.
"Any piece of information the public may have about his whereabouts, no matter how small, could be extremely valuable to us so I would urge people to get in touch if they know anything."
Anyone with information on Pitchaipillai’s whereabouts should contact the NCA in confidence on 0370 496 7622 or call Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.
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