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Two ‘Deceptive’ Individuals Guilty of Stealing £75,000 from Vulnerable Man

Two ‘deceptive’ people who stole £75,000 from a vulnerable man over 5 years pleaded guilty to several offences last week (Monday 18 December) at Hull Crown Court

Graham Bradley, age 57, of Woodlands Road in Hull pleaded guilty to two counts of possessing criminal property and Ann Park, age 56, of of Woodlands Road in Hull pleaded guilty to possessing criminal property and two counts of theft from another person.

Bradley was further found guilty at the hearing of two counts of transferring criminal property, Park was also found guilty of transferring criminal property.

Over the course of a 5-year period, Park took control of the victim’s finances and began stealing the money for herself. She then went on to share the stolen money with Bradley.

Bradley and Park will both appear at Hull Crown Court for sentencing on Friday 26 January.

The officer in case, Helen Shackleton said: “Park and Bradley are both extremely ‘deceptive’ individuals who conned a vulnerable man out of a large amount of money.

“Park, especially, was in a position of trust caring for the victim and claimed the money to be a gift from the victim for her assistance but it was clear she had identified a vulnerable man who she could steal from to benefit herself, as well as Bradley.

“I hope this case serves as a reminder to people that we will act against those who target vulnerable people, and ensure they are dealt with accordingly to prevent them preying on anyone else.

“I would urge anyone who has any concerns about a vulnerable person at risk to please contact us on our non-emergency number 101 or 999 in an emergency.”

Alternatively, if you wish to remain anonymous, you can contact Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

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