A 34-year-old Kazakh national has been arrested in Torrevieja on charges of committing one point million euros of fraud via his own real-estate company through falsifying bank transfers, sales contracts, registration documents, property deeds and real-estate purchases.

It was his partner that blew the whistle on him by going to the Guardia Civil after spotting massive irregularities in the accounts, and who suspected him of swiping a large amount of money.

The Guardia analysed the accounts and confirmed that a large sum had been swindled, but on hearing that they were investigating him, the 34-year-old moved to Mallorca after travelling around Spain in various rental cars.

He eventually returned to Torrevieja where he was promptly arrested and put in front of a judge who did grant him bail after being charged for crimes of bank fraud and falsifying documents.

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