Ex-Daimler staff raided in abuse of trust probe

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FRANKFURT, March 23 (Reuters) - Police raided the homes and offices of 11 people -- including former staff members of DaimlerChrysler -- and seized evidence in a breach of trust investigation, German prosecutors said on Wednesday. The probe centres on allegations that former staff used company assets for private construction projects or took bribes from a business partner of the carmaker, the Stuttgart prosecutor's office said in a statement.

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