Man, 52, charged after allegedly claiming he lost his wife and son in Grenfell Tower disaster
A MIDDLE-aged man has been charged with fraud after allegedly claiming to have lost his wife and son in the Grenfell Tower inferno.
Anh Nhu Nguyen has been remanded in custody to appear at Westminster Magistrates Court today.
David Lammy MP says number killed in Grenfell fire may be kept low due to riot fears
The 52-year-old, who faces five fraud charges, allegedly said his wife and son had died in the tragedy.
At least 80 people died after a massive fire tore though Grenfell Tower in West London this month.
Frantic residents threw children out the windows and jumped from the 24-storey building in a bid to save themselves.
Detectives investigating the Grenfell Tower fire are wading through debris a METRE high in search of human remains, it has also emerged.
BEGGING FOR HELP
Woman who desperately 'beeped car horn and screamed for help as man slit her throat in Kent shopping centre car park' has died
MY INCESTUOUS FAMILY
Brave woman reveals how she turned her own mum and dad in to the police after she discovered they were BROTHER AND SISTER
'naked' canaries mum
First pic of Brit mum arrested 'for wandering naked and drunk around Gran Canaria while hungry kids aged just one and four were left home alone'
Moment lady 'poos' on the floor while walking through lobby before unsuspecting man steps in it
Naked TV reporter Jenny Scordamaglia strips at a ‘positive energy’ workshop in her latest outrageous report
Jermain Defoe pays an emotional tribute to 'best pal' Bradley Lowery as he leaves Sunderland for Bournemouth
But they fear the damage caused by the inferno may be so great that some will never be identified.
Yesterday, lead investigator DCS Fiona McCormack said she believed at least 80 died in the blaze.
She said police have spoken to at least one person from 106 of Grenfell Tower's 129 flats.
But they have been unable to trace anyone from the remaining 23 flats - suggesting everyone who lived in them is dead.
Some flats near the top have yet to be searched because of safety fears.
Adele asks fans at Wembley to donate to victims of Grenfell Tower fire in emotional appeal