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Man wanted for mutiple frauds in Cambridgeshire arrested in Coventry after nationwide manhunt




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Police have arrested a man they wanted to trace in connection with multiple fraud offences in Cambridgeshire.

Matthew Holloway, 46, is believed to be behind a number of frauds in Cambridgeshire worth a total of more than £100,000.

Holloway was arrested in Coventry last night and is currently in custody at Thorpe Wood Police Station

The frauds allegedly involved a claim by Holloway that he had a multi-million pound trust fund but required a loan from the victim to pay fees in order access the money.



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