Bridlington man and woman accused of scamming OAP out of more than £180,000

Two people have been accused of scamming a pensioner out of more than £180,000 in Bridlington.

Wednesday, 9th September 2020, 12:02 pm
Updated Wednesday, 9th September 2020, 12:10 pm
Two people are due to appear in court over offences relating to an OAP being scammed.

Steven Kantecki, 43, and Sarah Kantecki, 38, both of Westgate in Bridlington, have both been charged with fraud and possession of criminal property and were due to appear at Hull Magistrates' Court today.

The charges come after an elderly man was reportedly defrauded out of more than £180,000.

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