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Lowestoft/Great Yarmouth: Four charged with fraud

PUBLISHED: 13:22 02 December 2012

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FOUR men have appeared in court each charged with two counts of fraud by false representation.

Roberto Alcantara, 27 of Knatchbull Road in north west London, Rimantas Balbiunas, 34, of Humphreys Road, Cambridge, Saheed Akinbile, 32, of Capsian Way, Purfleet and Sabastine Ihonor, 30, of Cowden Street, south east London appeared at Ipswich Magistrates Court yesterday morning.

They are now due to appear at Lowestoft Magistrates Court on January 15.

Police were called to a bank in London Road North in Lowestoft at 12.20pm on Thursday.

Staff alerted officers after becoming suspicious of two men trying to access another persons bank account.

A similar incident also took place in Great Yarmouth.

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