Lawyers for eight-time Olympic gold medalist Usain Bolt say more than $12.7 million is missing from his account with a Jamaican investment firm now under police and government investigation.

Jamaican law enforcement was alerted to alleged fraud at wealth management firm Stocks & Securities Ltd (SSL) on January 11, affecting accounts belonging to Bolt and others, Selvin Hay, Chief Technical Director of Jamaica’s Financial Investigations Division, told CNN.

Hay added that an investigation, currently in its early stages, is now being conducted by the Jamaica Constabulary Force’s Fraud Squad and the Financial Investigations Division.