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A man previously wanted by the police for a number of fraud offences has been charged

Alex McKenzie, 33, of London, appeared today at Uxbridge Magistrates’ Court charged with fraud by false representation.

He has been remanded into custody to appear at Isleworth Crown Court on 12 October 2016.

McKenzie was arrested by Metropolitan Police officers on Tuesday 13 September as he disembarked a flight from San Francisco.

American authorities assisted in the deportation after McKenzie was identified by San Francisco Police Department on the 26 July 2016.

McKenzie’s image was circulated to national and international media in July as part of a widespread appeal to identify ten suspected fraudsters wanted for committing fraud worth £20 million.

The ten fraudsters were identified through the work of the Joint Fraud Taskforce, an initiative launched by then-Home Secretary, Theresa May in February this year. The Taskforce brings together law enforcement agencies, the financial sector and Government to fight criminals who prey on the public, UK businesses and our economy.