Police search for Bromley man in connection with fraud offences

PUBLISHED: 11:45 04 June 2018

Ashley Dominic Singh. Picture: Met Police

Ashley Dominic Singh. Picture: Met Police


Detectives from Operation Falcon, the Met’s response to fraud related crime, have released an image of a man from Bromley they wish to speak to in connection with a series of fraud offences across London and the south east.

Between March 15 2016 and October 5 2016, Ashley Dominic Singh, 34, of Widmore Road, Bromley, stole numerous victim’s credit cards and mobile phone SIM cards to facilitate bank accounts takeovers.

Once accessed, fraudulent transactions - totalling £227,000 - were made on high value goods such as jewellery, designer labels and electronic goods. Singh and his accomplice, Tony Clarke, 30, of Main Road, Biggin Hill, Bromley were identified as suspects following a protracted police investigation.

Singh was arrested on November 1 2016 and charged on June 7 2017 with conspiracy to commit fraud by false representation, possession of an article for use in fraud and transferring criminal property.

He failed to appear at Inner London Crown Court on February 1 and a warrant was issued for his arrest.

Singh is also wanted for questioning by Bromley CID and Kent Police in relation to other fraud-related offences.

Tony Clarke pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit fraud by false representation and was sentenced to six years’ imprisonment on March 22. Anyone with information on Singh’s whereabouts or any other information which could assist this investigation are urged to contact police on 101 quoting CAD 5228/14AUG17.

You can also get in touch anonymously via Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 or online at

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