Egged cashier allegedly stole almost NIS 1.5 million

September 11, 2011 15:20


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The Haifa District Attorney's Office announced on Sunday that it has filed an indictment in the Haifa Magistrate's court against a 54-year-old former Egged employee who allegedly stole NIS 1,456,520 entrusted to him from ticket sales.

According to the indictment, Aharon Digmal, a Haifa resident, pocketed ticket money during 2003 - 2009 when he worked as a cashier for Egged drivers in the city. The alleged thefts were discovered by another Egged employee in 2009.

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