Two more British nationals arrested over alleged roofing scams

A broken roof.
A broken roof. Photo credit: Newshub.

Police arrested two more people in connection with alleged roofing scams across New Zealand.

The two British men, aged 58 and 29, were arrested at Christchurch Airport on Monday night.

The 29-year-old faces two charges under the Immigration Act, after allegedly helping a wanted individual leave the country.

The 58-year-old has been charged in relation to obtaining by deception and using a forged document.

Both will appear in the Christchurch District Court on Tuesday.

Two men have appeared in court on charges relating to alleged roofing scams. Tommy Ward and William Donohue both appeared in Auckland District Court on Friday.

James Nolan was arrested at the same time as Ward and Donohue, but left the country on a false passport.