WISBECH ST MARY: Man charged with four offences of fraud following police campaign
A WISBECH man has been charged with four offences of fraud following a Norfolk police campaign against rogue traders. Officers from Norfolk Police s Operation RADAR charged the 35 year old man with four fraud offences relating to alleged rogue trader acti
A WISBECH man has been charged with four offences of fraud following a Norfolk police campaign against rogue traders.
Officers from Norfolk Police's Operation RADAR charged the 35 year old man with four fraud offences relating to alleged rogue trader activities at two addresses in Heacham, Norfolk.
Andrew Mark Smith of 20 Chapel Avenue, Wisbech St Mary, Wisbech, Cambridgeshire was charged yesterday with two counts of fraud by false representation and two counts of fraud by failing to disclose.
The offences, which occurred in February 2009, related to two addresses in the Gidney Drive area of Heacham.
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Smith has been bailed to attend Kings Lynn Magistrates Court on May 7 at 9.30am
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