Police seize Ferrari as suspected bank scam fraudsters are arrested

Police seized a Ferrari in Camden after officers swooped on three men suspected of masterminding a �56,000 bank scam.

The three have been charged with one count of conspiracy to steal from a 59-year-old King’s Cross man on October 14 in a complex bank fraud.

The super car was taken to a Met Police lock-up and will be held at a vehicle compound in north London.

Last Tuesday (October 16) Liton Miah, 29 of Broadhurst Gardens, West Hampstead, Raiman Chowdhury, 22, of Tonbridge Street, King’s Cross, and Abdul Jalil, 30, of South Road, Lower Edmonton, appeared at Highbury Corner Magistrates Court.

They were all remanded in custody and sent to appear at Blackfriars Crown Court.


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