(PRWEB UK) 3 May 2013
According to the BBC News Scotland report cashier, Linda Campbell allegedly took £77,000 from Henderson and Mackay solicitors while working as a cashier in charge of bookkeeping. She admitted to taking the money to Sheriff Kenneth Ross at Dumfries Sheriff Court (case number SCS2013/049080).
The BBC News Scotland report went on to say that police were involved and carried out an investigation after money was found to be missing from the office account. Campbell subsequently admitted to diverting cheques into her own account. She was sacked and had to sell her home in a bid to repay the cash. Sheriff Kenneth Ross called for background reports and has deferred the case until 31st May.
Private Investigator Doncaster has carried out many investigation operations into employee embezzlement situations with huge success. These investigations can be carried out through the use of hidden cameras, undercover detectives posing as new employees and through covert surveillance.
Spokesperson from Private Investigators Doncaster, Graham Barnes said:
“Campbell was considered a trusted member of staff yet she had successfully embezzled company money into her own account for just over a year. In my professional opinion all staff in trusted positions should be monitored in some way as a matter of course.”
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