Nationwide hunt for £65,000 fraudster with links to Neath, Swansea and Cardiff

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POLICE are appealing for help to locate a man from Neath with a string of alias wanted in connection with frauds around the UK totalling £65,000.

Detectives said that unless Hussain Saeed is caught he will “continue to commit crime to support his life-style”.

Staffordshire Police said they are working with colleagues in South Wales, Manchester, Nottingham and London to try to find the 36-year-old, who also goes by the names Fabio Di-Rossi, Fabio De-rossi, Fabio Roosi, Fabio Paganelli, Abdul Hussein and Nesta Di-Rossi.

Saeed has previously lived in Neath Abbey, and also has “strong links” to Swansea and Cardiff.

A spokesman for Staffordshire Police said: “Saeed was arrested on suspicion of fraud in July 2014 but failed to answer bail in November 2014.

“Detectives have been carrying out numerous inquiries to locate Saeed, working alongside colleagues in the Manchester, Nottingham, London and South Wales areas, but so far their efforts to locate him have proved unsuccessful.

“Detectives are concerned that Saeed will continue to commit crime to support his life-style.

“Anyone who has any information regarding the whereabouts of Hussain Saeed is asked to ring Staffordshire Police.”

Saeed is wanted in connection with alleged incidents committed between June 2013 and September 2014 where victims were defrauded of nearly £65,000 in total. The victims live throughout the country and are not known to each other.

Another man, aged 45 from Wolverhampton, was also arrested as part of the investigation and remains on bail while inquiries continue.

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