Three involved in North Wales mortgage fraud ordered to repay thousands in criminal gains

Three involved in North Wales mortgage fraud ordered to repay thousands in criminal gains
 

Three people from North Wales involved in one of Britain’s biggest mortgage frauds have been ordered to pay back just over £122,000 in total.
A total of five people had denied conspiracy to defraud involving about 190 mortgage applications, but were convicted after a four month trial back in 2013.
The cases of three of the defendants were returned to Mold Crown Court today for a financial hearing under The Proceeds of Crime Act.
Former Holywell policeman Anthony Lowri-Huws, 68, of Parc Tudor, Kinmel Bay, who got seven years, back in 2013 and developer Sheila Whalley, 70, of Tai Duon Bach,... read more

 
3 October 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 33
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