Rugby Co-op manager stole £15,000 over six months to help ex-wife and son

A Co-op store manager stole £15,000 from the takings over a period of six months – because he wanted to help out his ex-wife who was in financial difficulty.
Jason Dunphy covered up his thefts by steadily inflating the amount of cash in the store safe, and got away with it until auditors carried out a check.
And at Warwick Crown Court he was given an eight-month prison sentence suspended for two years after pleading guilty to the theft.
Dunphy (42) of Adams Street, Rugby, was also ordered to do 100 hours of unpaid work, to take part in a rehabilitation activity, and to pay £2,000... read more

 
26 March 2019 in Regional West, Views: 27
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