Exeter charity couple charged in Nottingham fraud probe

A couple have been charged after a fraud inquiry connected to charities and appeals for children with cancer.

Kevin Wright, 48, from Kenn, Exeter is accused of stealing from two charities, four appeal funds and an insurance firm.

He has been charged with 11 counts of theft and nine fraud offences, Nottinghamshire Police said.

His wife, Jacqueline Wright, 42, has been charged with money laundering about £200,000.

The couple are due before Nottingham Magistrates' Court on 25 June.

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