New arrest in stadium fraud probe

Scotland Yard confirmed they arrested the 39-year-old at an address

in Surrey on Thursday. He was later bailed. A Metropolitan Police

spokesman said: “A second man was arrested this morning in

connection with the investigation at an address in Surrey. “He was

arrested on suspicion of fraud offences. “He went to a south London

police station and has been bailed pending further inquiries, to

come back in February.” The first suspect – a 29-year-old man – was

arrested earlier this month and also released on bail. News of that

arrest came as Olympic Park Legacy Company (OPLC) chairwoman

Baroness Ford claimed the north London football club had all 14

members of her board monitored by private investigators. Spurs

denied putting officials under surveillance.