Father Shane Nedic, 61, of Royston, Hertfordshire pleaded guilty to fraud and money laundering offences
A father and son have been jailed for scamming elderly victims out of £250,000 as they acted as official tradesman.
They both pleaded guilty to fraud and money laundering offences after conning vulnerable residents across three counties.
Father Shane Nedic, 61, of Royston, Hertfordshire, and son Shane Nedic Junior, aged 38, of Egham, Surrey were convicted for scamming elderly residents across Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire, and Surrey.
The pair conned their victims out of £250,000, between 2012 and 2016, and laundered the proceeds through their bank accounts.
A third person, Marie Turner, 59, of, Biggleswade, Bedfordshire was also convicted on 15 counts of money laundering.
Appearing at St Albans Crown Court last Thursday, Nedic was sentenced to five and half years in prison and Nedic Jnr was sentenced to 30 months after both plead guilty.
Turner was sentenced to six months, suspended for 18 months, under the Proceeds of Crime Act.
The Nedics convinced their