Credit unions filed 62,630 suspicious activity reports last year, an increase from the 57,179 filed in 2008, according to data released today by the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network.

Filings by credit unions have increased during six of the last nine years.

Last year's increase came during a year in which there were 1.28 million SARs, compared with 1.29 million in 2008.

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