Thursday, December 7, 2017

Virginia Sam’s Club employee seen on camera swiping $60,000 deposit privateofficer.com


 
COLONIAL HEIGHTS, Va. Dec 7 2017-- Just a few days after Black Friday, police said a woman employed at Sam's Club in Colonial Heights snatched a bag of money from the safe.
Store accountants noticed the missing deposit money, and launched an investigation into the missing $60,000.
"As they began their investigation and they realized one of their deposit bags was missing, they began to go through some surveillance tape from inside the store,” said Capt.  William Anspach, with Colonial Heights Police.
Store cameras revealed that an employee removed the money from the safe and took it to the family restroom before an armored vehicle picked up the deposit.
Police said 30-year-old Erika Sue Apodaca then met up inside the store with 36-year-old Brian Steven Lindenfeld Jr.
"Ms. Apodaca removed the bag from the safe, took it into one of the family restrooms inside the store and failed to return it back to the area where the Armored Car Delivery Service would pick up the bag,” Anspach said.
"There was an exchange between the two and the male party and female party later met outside, outside in the parking lot,” Anspach said.
Both Apodaca and Lindenfeld were arrested Monday, without incident.
Apodaca is charged with felony embezzlement and conspiracy.  Lindenfeld is charged with two felony counts of grand larceny and felony possession of marijuana with intent to distribute.

The money has not been recovered.
WTVR

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