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Sunday, 23 November 2014

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Cumbrian women gave false refunds at shop

Two women have admitted defrauding their employers by giving false refunds at the shop where they worked in Penrith.

Lisa-Marie Bell, 21, of Askham Crescent, Penrith, and Sarah Louise George, 21, of Scotland Road, Penrith, both pleaded guilty at Carlisle Crown Court to acting “dishonestly and intending to make a gain for themselves” by while working at the Dorothy Perkins store.

The charge stated that between January 1 and July 31 2011 they had committed fraud and abused their position as employees by failing to “safeguard or not act against the financial interests” of the firm.

They were remanded on bail and will be sentenced later.


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