Tuesday, 24 October 2017

‘Nervous’ conman

A MAN who attempted to withdraw £4,000 from someone else’s bank account is being hunted by the police.

A MAN who attempted to withdraw £4,000 from someone else’s bank account is being hunted by the police.

He walked into NatWest Bank in Market Place, Henley, on August 15, to cash a cheque from the account of Footloose Travel.

The manager became suspicious when the man, who was in his forties, used a driving licence that showed a 68-year-old man.

Police say the man was “noticeably nervous” when signing the cheque and when he was challenged he left the branch, leaving the cheque and licence behind.

He is described as white, 6ft, of chunky build with dark hair at the sides and was wearing a dark pin-stripe suit.

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