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Accountant accused of stealing released with restrictions

The 49-year-old accountant accused of stealing tens of thousands of euros has been released, with restrictions, after being held for almost forty days.

Her husband and father have also been released pending their trial on September 7.

Last week, the case was filed in court with the indictment including the accountant’s son and mother – who were not arrested but are under restrictive measures.

On Monday, the court also decided that the other three – the accountant, her husband and father – surrender their travel documents, be put on a stop list, present themselves to the police and face other restrictions.

She is suspected of stealing tens of thousands of euros from her company and being behind millions of euros in fraudulent money transfers through forged cheques.

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