Ronald and Darren Bobroff - Saffas in Australia wanted by Interpol

Ronald and Darren Bobroff - Saffas in Australia wanted by Interpol

- South African father and son Ronald and Darren Bobroff have made Interpol's most wanted list

- The two are wanted for allegations of fraud and Red Notices have been issued for their arrest

- Both of the men are currently living in Australia but might be deported back to South Africa

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Disgraced attorneys Ronald and Darren Bobroff are on Interpol's list of most wanted fugitives.

The father and son duo is wanted for allegations of fraud and theft. They were partners in a personal injury law firm in Gauteng, Ronald Bobroff & Partners.

One known case of fraud by the Bobroffs is that of Filipe Pombo. Darren Bobroff allegedly cashed Pombo's settlement check from the Road Accident Fund in the amount of R115 599.

Instead of the money going to their client, it allegedly went to Darren's bank account.

The father and son are currently living in Sydney, Australia, according to a report by MoneyWeb.

Red Notices have been issued for the arrests of the Bobroffs. Red Notices are shared on the website of Interpol to create awareness in more countries.

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Briefly.co.za learned the Red Notices were first released two years ago after the Bobroffs fled from the country.

The notices were only discovered by the general public recently. The Bobroffs were to stand trial on charges of theft and fraud but chose to move to Australia.

According to the spokesperson of the National Prosecuting Authority, Luvuyo Mfaku, the two attorneys will be extradited to South Africa as soon as the relevant paperwork has been done.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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