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Wembley man accused of falsely claiming he had been robbed

PUBLISHED: 12:51 13 November 2012

Nishit Sangani told police muggers had stolen his two mobile phones (Pic credit: PA/Daniel Law)

Nishit Sangani told police muggers had stolen his two mobile phones (Pic credit: PA/Daniel Law)

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Nishit Sangani, of Newton Road, told police muggers had stolen his two mobile phones

A Wembley man has been charged with falsely claiming he had been robbed of his two mobile phones.

Nishit Sangani, of Newton Road, claimed he had been targeted by muggers in Bryon Road, Wembley, last Friday.

However inconsistencies emerged and he was charged with fraud by false representation yesterday.

He will appear before Hendon Magistrates Court on December 5.


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