Filed: Wednesday, 18th January 2012
By: Staff Writer
Police have confirmed that a fourth man has been arrested in relation to the theft of personal information belonging to employees of West Ham United FC.
We reported on Saturday how a third man has been taken into custody in connection with the theft of personal documents, which included files and records belonging to United vice chair Karren Brady.
And this morning it was revealed that a 45-year-old man was 'helping police with their enquiries' at a south London station, whilst his property was searched for evidence of wrongdoing.
The man's arrest follows those of two individuals last November and that of former PKF (the company employed by Tottenham to investigate West Ham's Olympic Stadium bid) partner Howard Hill last week.
As of yet, the individual's indentity has not been revealed. Meanwhile, Tottenham continue to deny any involvement.
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02:43PM 18th Jan 2012
''Its about time the truth about the cuddly Mr Daniel Levy was made public. A most unsavoury character about to get his come-uppence, we hope. Long, long overdue.''
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