A police van has been seen outside the five-star Zurich hotel raided by officials investigating corruption allegations against Fifa officials.
The number of people who have fallen victim to identity theft has increase by nearly a third, according to new figures.
Data from fraud prevention service Cifas shows 34,151 confirmed instances of identity fraud were recorded between January and March.
Some 80% of identity fraud in the first quarter was attempted online, it said.
Credit cards were involved in 14,103 confirmed cases, while bank accounts were involved in 9,349 cases.
Vice President Jeffrey Webb is one of a number of Fifa officials arrested by Swiss authorities, Press Association Sport understands.
Officers swooped on the five-star Baur au Lac hotel in Zurich and arrested a number of officials, including Mr Webb from the Cayman Islands, Press Association Sport understands.
The New York Times has reported that charges include wire fraud, racketeering and money laundering, and that the United States attorney general Loretta Lynch is due to hold a news conference later today.
Fifa officials arrested in Zurich could face bribery charges totalling more than $100 million, Swiss officials say.
A statement from the Federal Office of Justice said:
Six football officials have been arrested in a raid in Switzerland this morning on suspicion of corruption.
A largely dry start for much of the UK, though tending to be generally cloudy across the north.
Rain spreading into Northern Ireland and Western Scotland through the morning, spreading eastwards and reaching the east coast of England by the evening.
In the best of the sunshine in the south, highs will reach 20 Celsius (68F).
Fifa president Sepp Blatter is not amongst the officials arrested in this morning's raid in Geneva, according to unconfirmed reports.
Several top Fifa officials have been arrested in an extraordinary dawn raid in a five-star Zurich hotel, according to reports.
The New York Times said plain-clothed police officers took the room keys from the reception at the Baur au Lac hotel, where the officials were staying, and headed up to the rooms.
The arrests are said to have been carried out on behalf of the US Justice Department, which is investigating allegations of corruption and racketeering.
The unnamed officials now face extradition.
The raid was carried out as Fifa officials gathered ahead of this week's Fifa presidential election.