Tuesday, 24 November 2015

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Two north Cumbrian women accused of £12k fraud

Two women have been accused of attempted fraud worth nearly £12,000.

They are charged with conspiring to commit fraud by using a bank card belonging to someone else to buy goods and withdraw cash, intending to gain £11,992.20, between September 17 last year and February 26 this year.

A warrant for the arrest of Angela Margaret Harrison, 39, of Wampool Place, Wigton, was made yesterday after she did not attend magistrates’ court in Carlisle.

Christine Coulthard, 45 of Waver Lane, Wigton, is said to have conspired with Harrison to commit fraud. Coulthard did not enter a plea when she attended court.

Mark William Bouch, 41, of Waver Lane, Wigton, is charged with handling stolen goods in Wigton between December 26, 2013 and March 14, 2014. He also did not enter a plea.

Both Bouch and Coulthard will appear at Carlisle Crown Court on September 15.


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