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A 46-year-old woman from Dulguigan has been charged with stealing from her boss over an 18-month period, following investigations by Tweed Byron detectives.

Police will allege that while employed as a store manager the woman made 43 separate transactions totalling more than $24,000 over the period, transferring the money into her own bank account.

On August 23, the woman was arrested by Tweed Heads Detectives and charged.

She was released on conditional bail to appear at Tweed Heads Local Court on September 10.


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