Limavady man admits fraud

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A Limavady man has admitted a number of fraud charges.

Norman Reynolds, of Drumachose Park in the town, pleaded guilty to four charges of fraud by false representation between September 19 and October 2, last year.

It is alleged the 52-year-old claimed he could get laptops and televisions for four injured parties from the liquidation of a company.

Sentencing was adjourned for a probation pre-sentence report compiled.

Derry Crown Court Judge Phillip Babington said he is ‘concerned about the money owed to the injured parties.’

He said production of this money will do Reynolds ‘no harm’.

The judge also asked the prosecution to draw up a schedule of how much each of the injured parties are owed.

Reynolds was released on continuing bail and will appear in court again on November 25.