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10:00 - 20 September 2005

A Former Llanelli policeman has been given a suspended prison sentence for a £160,000 mortgage fraud. John Thomas resigned from the Dyfed-Powys force shortly before he appeared at Swansea Crown Court yesterday .

The 38-year-old had been found guilty by a jury six weeks ago.

He obtained a £160,000 money transfer by deception from financial company HBOS, by making false representations, including lying about his income.

He also tried to get a further £110,000 by deception from Birmingham Midshires building society.

Thomas, who now lives in Bristol, falsely claimed he was earning more than £46,000 a year and lied about a business run by his wife.


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you have spotted an issue close to my heart..


bless him...

odd though... I have been trying to get the police to investigate this for years..

then they catch one of their own..

sweet justice

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