Yeovil NatWest Branch Targeted in £10,800 Fraud Case

Yeovil NatWest Branch Targeted in £10,800 Fraud Case

Yeovil NatWest Branch Targeted in £10,800 Fraud Case

The NatWest branch in Yeovil was among the locations where £10,800 was withdrawn using a stolen bank card, prompting Dorset Police to release CCTV images of a man they are seeking to identify.

Detectives are investigating the theft and subsequent fraudulent use of a bank card, which was intercepted along with its PIN in the post at an address in West Horsley, Surrey, between April 15 and April 22 of this year. On April 22, the stolen card was used to withdraw cash from several NatWest branches in Yeovil and other locations in Dorset and Hampshire, amounting to £10,800.

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Detective Constable Michael White of Bournemouth police stated, "An investigation is underway to establish exactly when the bank card and PIN code documentation were stolen. As part of my enquiries, I have obtained CCTV images of a man believed to be using the stolen bank card and I would ask anyone with information about his identity to please come forward."

Anyone with information is urged to contact Dorset Police through their website at or by calling 101, quoting occurrence number 55240077323.

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