Can you identify these suspected Wickford fraudsters?

Basildon Recorder: The suspected fraudsters The suspected fraudsters

POLICE want help to identify two men suspected of defrauding an elderly man out of £2,500.

Officers want to the speak to the two people in the photographs after the Wickford pensioner, in his 80s, was tricked into paying the money for improvement work to his roof which was not needed.

The con took place on January 17, 2013.

Anyone who can identify the men should call PC Caroline Green, at Basildon police station, on 101.

Alternatively, call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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10:23am Sun 3 Feb 13

InTheKnowOk says...

What scum would do this to a pensioner?
Clues, Roofing job, Wickford .........Three guesses anyone? ............
What scum would do this to a pensioner? Clues, Roofing job, Wickford .........Three guesses anyone? ............ InTheKnowOk
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12:52pm Sun 3 Feb 13

DogsMessInLeigh says...

The first one is in a petrol station shop by the looks of it...So is the second one filling up at the pumps..? must have a reg number then...but obviously the van is registered to someone else in Manchester.....who needs 3 guesses.?
The first one is in a petrol station shop by the looks of it...So is the second one filling up at the pumps..? must have a reg number then...but obviously the van is registered to someone else in Manchester.....who needs 3 guesses.? DogsMessInLeigh
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7:18pm Thu 7 Feb 13

Lastlaugh... says...

Im sure the real criminals pictured will be happy you help them evade justice by implicating others..
Im sure the real criminals pictured will be happy you help them evade justice by implicating others.. Lastlaugh...
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