Czech police announced on Thursday that they had caught a 64-year-old British citizen who has been on the run for more than two years for his alleged involvement in a multi-million crown property sting. He was tracked down near the central town of Kutná Hora and has been detained in Prague. The man is being sought in connection with a 120 million crown fraud in which he posed as a Czech property middleman taking money from investors from around the world.
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