Crime detection charity offers £2k reward in search for Buckie-born woman

Crimestoppers offer reward for information on Buckie-born Pauline Flett (Crimestoppers)
Crimestoppers offer reward for information on Buckie-born Pauline Flett (Crimestoppers)

A NATIONAL CRIME charity is offering a £2000 reward for information leading to the arrest of an alleged fraudster with Moray connections.

Crimestoppers have issued an appeal for information about Buckie-born Pauline Flett, who they say has evaded police for nine years.

According to the charity Ms Flett is accused of defrauding several people of cash and goods in Edinburgh and Glasgow and other parts of Central and the North of Scotland between October 2006 and March of this year.

National manager for Crimestoppers Scotland, Angela Parker, said: “Flett is believed to be involved in a number of crimes that have seen innocent victims scammed out of large sums of money.

“There are people out there who know where she is and I would urge you to do the right thing and contact Crimestoppers anonymously.”

Underlining the charities stance on anonymity for people providing Crimestoppers Scotland with information, Ms Parker added: “We do not take personal details, we cannot trace calls or information given online. No-one will ever know you contacted us – we do not want to know who you are, just what you know.”

It is believed that Ms Flett has managed to evade police by travelling around Scotland and changing her appearance – she is believed to have lived in Edinburgh, Glasgow and in the Grampian region.

She has been described as being 5ft 6in and of medium build with blonde hair and has a bat tattoo on her left shoulder.  She has also been known to use the alias “Pauline Campbell”.