LONDON (AFP) Two men and a woman have been arrested in Britain in connection with allegations of spot-fixing against Pakistani players, customs officials and sources said Tuesday. Three individuals were arrested on Sunday as part of an ongoing investigation into money laundering, said a statement from Her Majestys Revenue and Customs, a government agency. This includes two 35-year-olds (a male and a female) from the Croydon area and a 49-year-old male from the Wembley area. These individuals were arrested, questioned and have been bailed pending further investigation. Croydon and Wembley are suburbs of London. In a tabloid sting, the businessman Mazhar Majeed boasted that he laundered the proceeds of a match fixing racket through Croydon Athletic football club, which he has owned since 2008. A source said the arrests were linked to allegations that members of the Pakistan cricket team were involved in a betting scam, although a spokeswoman for HM Revenue and Customs refused to confirm this or give further details. A spokesman for Croydon AFC, who play in the Ryman League, said they were not prepared to comment. A previous statement said that the club was shocked and appalled by the allegations about their owner, Mr Majeed.