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Stringer, of Snn y Don, Llysfaen, Old Colwyn, was said to have used the branch cheque book as his own.
HAUL: Cheque books seized in police raids in North London
When it was found the cheque book had been stolen all 31 cheques used were examined by police, who found Rutherford's fingerprints on two cheques.
When the cheque book was recovered, one of the cheques had been made out to him for pounds 100 but had never been paid into his bank.
Somehow the suspect has come across the cheque book and bank details and has then falsely presented himself as the account holder.
Why do banks offload their responsibility of getting cheque books to their clients by giving them to courier companies?
The conmen got their hands on cheque books from Lloyds Bank so that they could take pounds 1,000 a time from people's accounts.
Automatic cheque book replenishment software provided by the company has been making sure the prison service has a "just in time" supply of cheques for some years.
The humble cheque book has almost had its day as a way of paying for shopping.
Using one cheque book alone, he spent pounds 10,000.
A CHEQUE book thought to have belonged to the Queen Mother was being sold at auction today.
I also have a Midland Bank cheque book with two cheques - one in my name, one with another person's
The man - who even promises his victims a free round of golf and a meal - has used the cheque book of professional golfer Mr Adam McCandless, who runs Uttoxeter Golf Club, to buy about half of the goods.
The new Tannadice gaffer decided to reach for the cheque book after watching his troops crash 2-1 to Celtic on Saturday.
My second point is that when the Iraq war was in progress with Tony Blair, pictured, at the helm, Gordon Brown as Chancellor stated he would have an open cheque book for everything required to win the war.