Man forged cheque and posed as someone else at Aberdeen bank to get more than £6,000 By David Proctor March 5, 2020, 5:09 pm Aberdeen Sheriff Court [[title]] [[text]] An error occurred. Please try again. [[success]] Email address Sign up A man used a forged cheque and posed as someone else to obtain more than £6,000. Colin Mosdell pled guilty to using a forged cheque to receive £1,680. He also pretended to be someone else and obtained £4,752 by fraud by having it transferred to another account. The offences happened at Bank of Scotland on Aberdeen’s Upperkirkgate on September 4 2018. Keep up to date with the latest news with The Evening Express newsletter The case called at Aberdeen Sheriff Court, but the 34-year-old was not in the dock. Defence agent Paul Burnett said Mosdell was serving a 27-month prison sentence in England and he had made a guilty plea by letter. Sheriff Ian Anderson deferred sentence on Mosdell, of HMP Thameside, London, until June for a personal appearance. Already a subscriber? Sign in [[title]] [[text]] Close This article originally appeared on the Evening Express website. For more information, read about our new combined website.