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Woman stole $597,000 from employer
Woman 'stole $597,000 from employer'

Police have charged a Thornlie woman who allegedly misappropriated $387,700 during her employment with a transport company.

According to police, in the four years leading up to March 2014, the woman used a business debit card for non-work related transactions totalling about $174,000.

Between June 2011 and February 2014, the woman allegedly used a business Motorcharge card to purchase fuel valued at close to $3700 for non-business purposes.

It is alleged the woman transferred approximately $210,000 from the business' account into her own account.

The woman was charged with four counts of stealing as a servant and is due to appear in Perth Magistrates Court on July 31.

The West Australian

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