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    The City of London Police and the National Crime Agency (NCA) are Tuesday (July 19) calling on the public's help to catch ten wanted alleged fraudsters who are linked to over US$26 million in losses in the UK and abroad.

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

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    criminal gangs, Fraud, Conspiracy, business, economic, police, Metropolitan Police, UK National Crime Agency, UK Home Office, Government, Theresa May, United Kingdom, Pakistan
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