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Essex/Norfolk: Man from Colchester wanted over Gumtree and Ebay fraud totalling £21,000

PUBLISHED: 15:01 31 July 2014 | UPDATED: 15:02 31 July 2014

Norman Fowler

Norman Fowler

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Police are hunting a man wanted for conspiracy to defraud using the Gumtree and Ebay websites.

He is wanted by officers in both Essex and Norfolk for fraud totalling £21,000 with at least nine victims.

Norman Fowler, 36 was last known to be living at Propelair Way, Colchester, but also frequents the Norfolk, Humberside and London areas.

He is described as white, 6ft 1ins tall, heavy build with brown eyes, short dark hair and a trimmed beard. He has a Yorkshire accent and a mole on his right cheek.

He has used a number of alias names including Nick Bradford and Jason MacCormack.

Anyone who has any information about his current location is asked to contact Pc Emma Richardson at Maldon Police Station on 101 ext 412102 or ring Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

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