Forgery factory man to be deported after jail

One of the pieces of fake documentation

One of the pieces of fake documentation

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A SECOND man has been jailed following the discovery of a forgery factory in Oldbrook.

The Border Agency’s immigration crime team raided a house in the Oval in October.

Dominic Owusu-Ansah

Dominic Owusu-Ansah

They found dozens of fake passports, visas and birth certificates as well as computers, a scanner and printers used to manufacture them.

There were even templates for forging work permits, bank statements, pay slips and Home Office letters,

Ghanaian national 40-year-old Dominic Owusu-Ansah was one of four people arrested.

He appeared before Huntingdon Crown Court on December 22 and admitted offences under the Fraud and Identity Cards Act.

He was jailed for four years and will be deported after the end of his sentence.

The previous week fellow defendant 33-year-old Abel Agyepong was sentenced to six months in prison.