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The 55-year-old was arrested following a tip off in February 2014 and when officers searched her home they found a number of hand-written notes including one which purported to be from the widow of a victim of the terror attacks in New York in 2001.
The notes also included instructions such as: “Stay calm and moody until you get his final word” and “Let him do most of the talking, be sad and worried about taking care of bills for rest of the month.
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Police said there was no evidence that she had used the scripts herself, but they also recovered fake passports and drivers’ licenses from her Bromley home.
Detectives also discovered she had almost £30,000 paid into her bank account from a man in Switzerland, who had fallen victim to one of her associates.
Detective Constable Neil Sykes, of the Central Criminal Finances Team, said: “Wutaan's home was an Aladdin's cave of fraudsters' scripts and false IDs.