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Lancashire police officer charged with bank fraud

A police officer has been charged as part of a investigation into an alleged £85,000 bank fraud.

Sgt Dalvan Dawkins, 54, of Lancashire Constabulary, is accused of six proceeds of crime offences and one of fraud by false representation.

He is among three people from Sedbergh, Cumbria, charged after an inquiry into a credit card fraud against the Royal Bank of Scotland, Cumbria Police said.

All three have been bailed to appear before magistrates on 16 February.

Nurse Matthew Dawkins, 21, of Main Street, has been charged with 33 counts of fraud by false representation and a proceeds of crime offence.

Retail worker Zarina Gray, 20, also of Main Street, faces 13 counts of fraud by false representation and a proceeds of crime offence.



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