Operation was authorized by Brazil's Supreme Court to prevent evidence from being destroyed
SAO PAULO—Brazil’s federal police department says it has carried out more than 50 search and seizure operations against people suspected of involvement in the kickback scandal engulfing state-owned oil company Petrobras.
Police aren’t confirming the names of the suspects.
Police say in a statement that Tuesday’s operations were authorized by the Supreme Court to prevent evidence from being destroyed. The operations took place at residences, offices, Petrobras’ headquarters, law firms and public institutions.
This is a developing story and will be updated…