Post Office worker stole £12,000 from employer to pay for partner's drug habit

Post Office worker stole £12,000 from employer to pay for partner's drug habit
 

A Post Office worker stole £12,000 from her employer - to pay for her partner’s drug habit.
Danielle Cook, 26, took the money while she worked at the Port Clarence Community Centre in 2015, which was ran by a charity at the time.
She was caught out after auditors noticed the missing money, as the charity prepared to sell the business, and initially denied she knew anything about the cash.
But she later admitted she had taken £10,000 - not the £17,807.86 they accused her of - and promised to pay it back.
Months later, when the charity hadn’t received a penny, it contacted the police and Cook... read more

 
13 October 2016 in Regional North East, Views: 35
Source: Gazette Live
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