Julius Bär data theft probe widens

World Radio Switzerland reports:

Swiss prosecutors say they are now investigating three people in connection with the theft of data at Swiss private bank Julius Bär [Baer].

Until now, the only suspect who has been arrested, is a former employee of the bank.

He is alleged to have sold a CD containing the stolen bank data to tax investigators in the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia.

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