A London man who was arrested for fraud used his particular set of skills to mount the perfect escape.

Catch me if you can. (stock photo)

Some criminals are so clever, it seems like a waste to keep them behind bars. They should be working for the government in some secret bunker.

That's certainly the case for 28-year-old Neil Moore, of London, England. Moore was picked up by the police on multiple counts of fraud. He had successfully posed as an employee for banks including Barclays, Lloyds, and Santander, and gotten different organizations to give him money totaling nearly $3 million USD. Once he was apprehended, however, he had one last con left in him.

Sources: Gizmodo