Man denies concealing £86,000 of criminal income

Man denies concealing £86,000 of criminal income

Man denies concealing £86,000 of criminal income

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A BOURNEMOUTH man appeared in court yesterday accused of concealing £86,000 derived from criminal activity.

Before magistrates, Mark Dickin-son, right, 45, denied one count of concealing, converting, transferring or removing £86,000 by means of converting criminal property between November 2010 and November last year in Colville Road.

He also denied two counts of possessing criminal property, namely two stolen Acer laptops, on April 20 at the same address.

Dickinson, of Tower Road, was released on unconditional bail to attend Bournemouth Crown Court – where the case was sent due to the large amount of money allegedly involved – on July 28.

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