Tenbury woman is cleared of stealing £22,000 from building society

First published in Tenbury Wells

A TENBURY woman has been cleared of stealing more than £22,000 from a building society over a seven-year period.

Angela Millichip was in tears at Worcester Crown Court after prosecutor Iain Willis offered no evidence against the 62-year-old, of Stanbrook Road.

Mr Willis said it had been a "long and chequered" case but the prosecution had come to the conclusion that they could not prove the allegations..

Mrs Millichip had denied stealing £22,482,32 cash from the Dudley Building Society between December 2005 and January 2012.

The prosecution alleged she falsified balance sheets and daily records but she denied stealing cheques and false accounting.

Judge Richard Rundell recorded not guilty verdicts on all charges and allowed a defence claim for travelling expenses.

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10:24pm Tue 3 Jun 14

Chippy1979 says...

And thank god Angie has been cleared !!!!! Just shows how boses treat there emplyees. And for the prosecution team not having evidence just shows how bad the world is. To put this amount of stress on a person and the prosecution team need a wake up bigstyle !!!!! So much anger i have towards them.
And thank god Angie has been cleared !!!!! Just shows how boses treat there emplyees. And for the prosecution team not having evidence just shows how bad the world is. To put this amount of stress on a person and the prosecution team need a wake up bigstyle !!!!! So much anger i have towards them. Chippy1979
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