Man is held by police over £1.2m fraud case

NOV 26, 2009
Belfast Telegraph

A businessman whose firm helped to look for Madeleine McCann was arrested after a hotel manager recognised him as an alleged fraudster wanted by US authorities.
Kevin Halligen (48) had been staying at the Old Bank Hotel in Oxford for several months under an assumed name. He was arrested there on Tuesday following a discrepancy over his hotel bill. The US Department of Justice had issued an indictment for Halligen, from Surrey, alleging he tried to defraud a London law firm of £1.2m. Halligen's firm, Oakley International, was used by Madeleine's parents for six months.

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