Fraudster Stole £2.5m From Car DealershipSunday, 17th December 2017 at 6:13pm
As reported in the Sunderland Echo, a 24-year-old fraudster swindled millions of pounds from a car dealership, lavishing himself with cars and houses.
Allan Curry devised a sophisticated scheme to siphon off £2.5m from the Evans Halshaw Vauxhall garage, where he worked as an accountant.
Having initially begun to pay off personal debt of £20,000, he became addicted to the thrill and went on to buy four houses as well as expensive cars such as Mercedes, BMWs and Range Rovers.
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