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50,000 elderly people are targeted
FRAUDSTERS scammed nearly 49,000 older people across the United Kingdom in the past year, equivalent to almost six reports every hour, a recent BBC investigation has found.
£2m worth of fake drugs are seized
THE UK Medicines and Healthcare Regulatory Agency (MHRA) has seized more than one million doses of fake medicines with a combined worth of nearly £2m along with fake medical devices.
Abdelkarim Rekaya, 28, of Lots Road, Chelsea, (pictured below) has been jailed for four years and six months at Isleworth Crown Court for a fraud relating to the Grenfell Tower fire disaster.
Stalkers may be fitted with GPS tags
STALKERS could be fitted with GPS tags. Scotland Yard is launching an anti-stalking unit to tackle the growing number of reported incidents.
A MAN who tricked four men into sexual activity in the mistaken belief that he was a female has been jailed for 15 years. Duarte Xavier (above) was convicted at Kingston Crown Court.
EXTRA officers will be on patrol in Brightlingsea until the New Year as part of a pilot to tackle anti-social behaviour funded by Brightlingsea Town Council and Tendring District Council.
A cannabis factory with a crop potentially worth around £95,000 and dangerous butane gas canisters used to make cannabis oil have been discovered at an address in Potters Bar.
KENT Police have just started their annual drink-drive campaign warning drivers not to drink while under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
A family of fraudsters, including Geoffrey Copp above, who pocketed more than £45million in one of the largest payroll frauds, have been ordered to repay more than £16.6million.
British Gas warning after uniforms theft
Following the theft of several British Gas uniforms, police are advising residents not to open their doors to anyone claiming to be from the company if you haven't made an appointment.
Extra high-visibility and covert police patrols will be carried out across the St Albans and Hertsmere districts after more burglaries where Asian gold and jewellery have been targeted.
The Met has today released seven genuine audio tapes of 999 calls where the incident was not an emergency and police time was wasted, potentially putting other lives in danger in what could have been a life or death situation.