Will writer Keith Webber jailed for five years for fraud

Keith Webber Keith Webber was found guilty of six counts of fraud at Bristol Crown Court

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A will writer who stole more than £280,000 from his clients has been jailed for five years.

Keith Webber, 67, of Chard, Somerset, siphoned the cash over three years while acting as executor and power of attorney for four elderly clients.

Webber was found guilty of six counts of fraud and theft at an earlier hearing at Bristol Crown Court.

He also pleaded guilty to downloading child pornography and was placed on the sex offenders register for seven years.

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