March 5, 2018

Police are asking members of the public to help locate this man who is wanted by police in connection with a series of fraud offences valued at over £3 million pounds in January 2018.

Denis Marku, 21, from Croydon was employed at Metrobank at 234 King’s Rd, London SW3.

Marku has now been on the run since 16 January 2018. He may be residing in South West London, particularly the Fulham and Croydon areas.

If you know the whereabouts of this man, or have seen him recently please contact DS Ben Hobbs of the Dedicated Card and Payment Crime Unit (DCPCU) at: 0207 709 6600  dcpcu@dcpcu.pnn.police.uk

Pictured: Denis Marku

Notes to Editor

The Dedicated Card and Payment Crime Unit (DCPCU) is a unique proactive police unit, with a national remit, formed as a partnership between UK Finance, the City of London Police and the Metropolitan Police together with the Home Office. It is fully sponsored by the cards and banking industries, with an ongoing brief to investigate, target and, where appropriate, arrest and seek successful prosecution of offenders responsible for card, cheque and payment fraud crimes. It is headed up by a Detective Chief Inspector and comprises officers from the Metropolitan and City of London police forces who work alongside banking industry fraud investigators and support staff.