Category Archives: Employee Fraud
Bus Driver Stole £74k
A story on the Chad website reveals that a bus driver stole £74,000 from his employer and colleagues after racking up spiralling debts.
Andrew Berry was a highly-regarded and trusted member of staff, but a court heard that he abused that trust by stealing tens of thousands of pounds.read more
Pharmacy Worker Faked Burglary
The Birmingham Live website reports that an employee at a chemists in Birmingham pretended the premises had been burgled in a bid to hide the fact he had stolen £1,400.
Simon Hodgetts told police that there was a knock at the front door and that he had been confronted by a man with a gun demanding to be let in.read more
£1m Returned To Defrauded Employer
According to the Eastern Daily Press website, more than £1million has been returned to a company defrauded by an employee to feed his gambling addiction.
Andrew May was jailed in 2021 for stealing £1,336,916 from his employer, Sealskinz, following an investigation by Norfolk police.read more
Worker Admitted Theft By Email
The Belfast Telegraph website reports that an employee who admitted stealing from her employer via email has been spared jail.
Laura McKeown wrote a resignation email in which she said been unwell and that one of the reasons she was resigning was that she had taken money from the company.read more
Man City Worker Stole £100k
According to the Manchester Evening News website, a Business Development executive who worked for Manchester City stole more than £100,000 from the club.
Fiona Barclay worked for City within the football club’s hospitality department, earning up to £30,000 a year but used the stolen money to pay for her wedding.read more
Gambler Stole £88k From Employer
The Mail website reports that a woman with a gambling problem stole more than £88,000 from her employer’s business and private accounts after they started a personal relationship.
Susan Adams stole a total of £88,719.86 from Robert Scott whilst looking after his accounts, which he, “did not pay much attention to”.read more