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Four arrested in ‘bogus’ resignation letters probe

🕔17.Apr 2014

Four women have been arrested in connection with an on-going fraud investigation at a Birmingham school.

It is alleged the women – all in their forties – were involved in a bogus resignation letters plot at Adderley Primary School in Saltley. They were arrested this morning at separate addresses in Birmingham and Solihull.

Adderley School is among the schools  currently being investigated by the city council due to details in the ‘Trojan Horse’ document.

West Midlands police, however, state this investigation ” is not connected with Birmingham City Council’s enquiry into the so called ‘Trojan Horse’ allegations.”

Detectives from West Midlands Police’s Economic Crime Unit are leading the investigation. All the women are currently being questioned at a Birmingham police station.

 

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