Bromley man charged with conspiracy to commit fraud

PUBLISHED: 09:17 20 September 2018 | UPDATED: 09:17 20 September 2018

Ashley Dominic Singh. Picture: Met Police

Ashley Dominic Singh. Picture: Met Police


A man from Bromley has been charged with conspiracy to commit fraud, transferring criminal property and possessing articles for use in fraud.

Ashley Dominic Singh, 34, of Widmore Road, was arrested after an appeal by officers from Operation Falcon, the Met’s fraud and cyber crime team at an address in Stratford on Wednesday, September 12.

He appeared at Inner London Crown Court the same day and pleaded guilty to all the charges against him, namely.

He was remanded in custody to appear for sentencing at the Inner London Crown Court on Monday, October 8.

Detectives from Op Falcon had released an image of Singh, who they wanted to speak to in connection with a series of fraud offences across London and the south east of England.

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