Two Nigerians, a man and a woman, have been included in a list of the ten most wanted fraudsters in the United Kingdom.
First on the list is 43-year-old Alexia Thomas who is believed to have supplied false immigration documents to people wanting to become British citizens.
Thomas advertised online, claiming to be a professor and selling documents for around £300 each.
Her aliases include Elizabeth or Lizzy with the surnames Henz; Ikuwe-Henz; Iheyen; Ikue-Henz; Ihenyue; Ikwue; Herz and Ihenyen.
Other aliases include Professor Thomas, Professor Summers, Martha Peterson and Alexia Bridget.
Thomas’s last known address was in Robert Street, in Camden, central London, but she has also lived in Catford, Bellingham, Homerton, Thamesmead, Dagenham, Walthamstow and Harrow.
The other Nigerian on the list is 41-year-old Bayo Lawrence Anoworin from Lagos, Nigeria. He is wanted by Lincolnshire Police in connection with fraud offences and money laundering.
Anoworin was part of an organised crime group which defrauded a number of NHS Trusts in the UK and Guernsey, stealing a total of £12m and laundering the money between 1 January and 2011 and 31 July 2012.
He was arrested in November 2012. But he was bailed and then disappeared.
He has links to Chatham and Thamesmead.