The police have seized cash, accounts, houses as well as luxury vehicles worth over 72 million crowns in a major operation against fuel tax evasion, a spokeswoman for the Czech tax authority said. The police have also confiscated 270,000 litres of fuel in the operation which took two months to prepare and discovered cases of tax evasion worth 750,000 million crowns; no one was arrested in the clampdown, the spokeswoman said.
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