Witness appeal as part of ongoing fraud investigation
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We are appealing for witnesses after an elderly man was defrauded of over £1000 after being approached by two men on Thursday, 3 March, in Weybridge.
The victim, a man in his 80s, was first approached by a man in Monument Hill Car Park at around 12.30pm, who asked him if he could pay for his parking if he gave him the amount in cash. However when the man put his card into the machine it was swallowed. He was then was approached by another man who told him that by putting another card in it would force the first one to come out. Again the second card was also swallowed by the machine.
Both of these cards were then fraudulently used to withdraw over £1000 in cash.
The suspects are described as south Asian men in their 30s or 40s, and of medium and stocky build. They are described as looking like brothers, with one of them wearing a black beanie hat and dark shirt and trousers.
If you were in the area and saw or heard anything suspicious, please contact us quoting PR/45220023538 via: