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Fraudster Kankamol Albon's designer goods for auction

29 August 2013 Last updated at 17:59 BST

Hundreds of designer handbags, shoes and clothes seized from a woman who committed a multi-million pound fraud are being auctioned off by police.

Kankamol Albon, 42, who was jailed for six years in October 2012, funded a luxury lifestyle through scams. She was convicted of a fraud involving the sale of prestige cars from her Smallbridge Hall home, near Bures, in Suffolk.

Police hope the sale will raise £200,000 and some of the money will be used to compensate her victims.

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