No. It was by way of a phone call from the police to the ex-employee and ex-director (the ex-employee is ex-police too) and by a solicitors letter
Yes, they delivered the goods up within a day but they opened the computers and uploaded the database to a memory stick which wasn't the one they gave to the solicitor (we had the computers professionally looked at). They said they had clients files and keys (we are an estate agent) because the clients had dis-instructed us. This isn't true as we still have a specific client that they mention in their letter.
would the fraud be the fact that they said on the letter that they were telling the truth but in actual fact they were blatantly lying?
Ok.....so I've got to give it a try with the police and see what happens? I've already got a complaint going on against the officer that took my original theft statement as he didn't arrest them to start with......(maybe something to do with being an ex-police officer).
No, that's perfect. Thank you