Men who conned victims out of more than £40,000 by pretending to be police officers are jailed

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Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Five fraudsters who tricked people out of thousands of pounds by posing as police officers and bank officials have been jailed today. More than £40,000 was stolen by, Mohammed Miah, Muhammad Ahmed, Motahir Rahman, Dedar Ali and Mohammed Hussain from 11 people after convincing them to hand over bank cars and pin numbers. The gang carried out their deception across East Anglia and in several other counties. In Essex a total of £7,000 was stolen from three members of the same family in Steeple Bumpstead on March 30 and £5,000 in Dedham on March 24. There was also an attempted fraud in Felixstowe, Suffolk. Mohammed Miah, 21, of Coopers Lane, Kings Cross, Muhammad Ahmed, 22, of Hemingway Close, Gospel Oak, Motahir Rahman 23 of Kiln Place, Kentish Town, Dedar Ali, 20, of Cressfield Close and NW5, Mohammed Hussain 23, Malden Crescent, NW1 all admitted conspiracy to defraud between March and July 2014. Miah who had supplied the hired cars used by the gang, was jailed for three years and seven months. Ahmed, who had impersonated police officers down the phone, was jailed for three years and seven months. Rahman, who was found with cards when he was arrested, was jailed […]

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