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Friday, 25 April 2014

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Cumbrian woman accused of stealing £20k from employer

A woman has appeared before magistrates accused of stealing £20,000 from her employer.

Lynda Addison, 45, of The Green, Lamplugh, faces five charges of fraud, and three of theft, including an allegation that she stole £15,000 in cash, between April 2010 and November, 2011.

Addison is said to have stolen the money from Winters in Silloth. She was ordered to appear for a hearing at the magistrates court in Rickergate, Carlisle, on Wednesday December 6, when the case will be sent to Carlisle Crown Court. No plea were entered.


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