UK police investigating an 18 month-long online banking fraud have arrested a man in connection with computer misuse offences.
The 37-year-old was picked up at his home address in in Belvedere, Kent by officers from the Met's Police Central e-Crime Unit (PCeU) who also seized computer equipment.
The arrest is part of an investigation prompted by a report from an unnamed high street bank that online accounts had been compromised over an 18-month period.
Victims' accounts had been accessed without authority, money stolen and personal details altered, say police.
Detective Inspector Mark Raymond, PCeU, says: "Online crime is never victimless. Such offences are indiscriminate and will be fully investigated where allegations are made."