Credit union manager accused of $200,000 theft

File photo / NZ Herald
File photo / NZ Herald

A former APN employee is facing more than 100 charges relating to more than $200,000 she allegedly stole from the company's credit union.

Denise Georgina Topia worked as a teamleader in the New Zealand Herald call centre before becoming the manager of the Wilson and Horton credit union office.

Topia appeared at the Auckland Distinct Court yesterday [Monday] where she faces 107 charges including using false documents and accessing a computer to obtain a pecuniary advantage.

According to police charge sheets, the offending dates back to before 2009.

Topia was remanded on bail and is due to reappear later this month.


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