Woman faces court for stealing money

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BY JENNIFER KUSAPA

A woman who allegedly stole more than $90,000 from her employer, the CDL Company Limited, will appear again today after the case was adjourned.

The allegation said that the accused, Elizabeth Tara, was a sales officer at the CDL Company since 2007.

Police alleged that in the month of June 2019 the company received complaints from some people that the accused usually spent huge amounts of money, and after receiving the report the company made some checks and balances on the company’s record and it shows that the CDL Company has encountered huge loss on their account records.

The CDL management then made enquiries and around $99,950 SBD had been lost.

Police said CDL company usually purchase mill run bags from Global Vision Company Limited and the reconciliation done on their accounts shows that 1999 bags of mill run were lost.

The company made further enquiries with the Global Vision which revealed that some vehicles always went directly to them to collect the mill run authorized by the accused Elizabeth Tara.

On June 2, 2019 a vehicle went to the Delite industries for picking up of 50 bags of mill run without order forms, it was at time the accused was caught and admitted to the CDL Company that she used to steal from the company since 2017.

The matter was then reported to the police in which the accused was questioned and charged for the alleged offence.

Police Prosecutor Iete Tebakota prosecutes the case in court.

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