04/18/2019 | News release | Distributed by Public on 04/18/2019 03:16
Two rogue traders who scammed elderly victims across London and Surrey by tricking them into paying for unnecessary repairs have been jailed.
The sentences were handed down to Albert Eastwood Jnr, of Denton Close, Surrey and Peter King, of Shurlock Avenue, Swanley, Kent, following a joint investigation by the Met Police's Organised Crime Command and Buckinghamshire and Surrey Trading Standards.
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