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WantedThe wanted fraudsters have been identified as serious offenders by members of the Joint Fraud Taskforce, with submissions from UK police forces and other agencies.

Help us catch eight wanted fraudsters

The Joint Fraud Taskforce is asking for the public’s help to catch eight wanted fraudsters. The City of London Police is today (Thursday 26 July) urging members of the public to help locate the fraudsters who are collectively responsible for more than a million pounds in fraud losses across the UK.All eight have been identified through the work of the Joint Fraud Taskforce, an initiative that brings together law enforcement agencies, the financial sector and Government to fight criminals who prey on the public and UK businesses.

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Nathan Scott Hudson , 34 (06/12/1983), from Cottingham, East Yorkshire, is wanted by Humberside Police for frauds which lost his many victims more than £110,000 after setting up a string of fake businesses offering discounted house rentals and short breaks.

If you have any information please call the Humberside Police on 01482 340639

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Denis Marku, 21, of Dixon Road, South Norwood, London, is wanted in connection with a series of attempted frauds valued at over £3 million from January 2018 while employed as a cashier at a high street bank on the King’s Road, London (SW3)

If you have any information regarding Denis please contact 0207 709 6600

https://www.financialfraudaction.org.uk/news/2018/03/05/have-you-seen-this-fraudster/

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James Flynn, 42, from Wolverhampton, is wanted in connection with fraud and money laundering offences. Flynn, who also uses the name James Sheridan, carried out an advance fee fraud, or rogue trading fraud, on his victim, who was tricked into transferring money into four different accounts, with Flynn receiving £64,600 in total.

If you have any information please contact DC Lee Pocock lee.pocock@serocu.pnn.police.uk

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John McCarthy, 33, from Wolverhampton, is wanted for five fraud and money laundering offences, at least one of which saw him pose as a Trading Standards officer, convincing elderly occupants across London, Surrey, Kent, and Sussex to pay thousands to have flood damage in their houses repaired.

If you have any information please contact DC Lee Pocock lee.pocock@serocu.pnn.police.uk

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John Joseph O’Brien, 49, from Cambridge, is also suspected of fraud and money laundering. He received £75,000 from a London-based victim following another advance fee fraud. Between September and October 2014, his victim transferred the money into four different accounts.

If you have any information please contact DC Lee Pocock lee.pocock@serocu.pnn.police.uk

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Dan Sheridan, 48, from Wolverhampton, is sought in connection with four fraud and money laundering offences, one of which progressed in such a sophisticated way, it included the use of multiple callers; calls from court and eventually a conference call where the male claimed to be a judge and threatened the victim with imprisonment for contempt of court transfers were not made. Transfers to a total of £79,000 were made Sheridan’s bank account.

If you have any information please contact DC Lee Pocock lee.pocock@serocu.pnn.police.uk

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Kathleen McCarthy , 29, from Wolverhampton, is wanted for sentencing having been convicted in her absence of nineteen counts of money laundering following trial. She received over £220,000 from fourteen elderly and/or vulnerable victims between December 2013 and December 2014. Victims were from 11 counties in the UK.

If you have any information please contact DC Lee Pocock lee.pocock@serocu.pnn.police.uk

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Oliver Boswell , 30, from Wolverhampton, the husband/partner of Kathleen McCarthy pleaded guilty of four money laundering offences in January 2017, he received £24,000 from four victims between January 2014 and June 2014. Sentencing was postponed until after the trial that Kathleen McCarthy was convicted, he failed to attend and is wanted by the court.

If you have any information please contact DC Lee Pocock lee.pocock@serocu.pnn.police.uk



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