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Claire Ashworth, 21, Worked as a assistant at Center Parcs nike hypervenom football trainers at Elveden where for nine months she used passwords allocated to senior employees to divert customers cash into her own bank account, Ipswich Crown Court listened to.
Correct now, Ashworth, Of nike hypervenom football trainers Kenninghall journey, Far nike magista football boots eastern side Harling, Was jailed for 16 months after pleading guilty to theft and aquiring criminal housing.
It was heard that after the problems came to light Ashworth repeatedly denied to police and company officials who launched investigations that she had any involvement and said she could not explain how the money came to be in her nike magista football boots possession.
Those denials left the staff members whose passwords had been used nike magista nike hypervenom football trainers football boots for the transactions under suspicion of theft, The judge heard.
Ashworth later admitted she had been honest.
Mitigating, Jude Durr said Ashworth had no previous prosecutions and came from a good family with a strong work ethic.
Explaining Ashworth on going claims that she knew nothing about the thefts, Mr Durr supposed: Was a young girl who simply wouldn confront what she had done and was in denial. This case might have been a real wake up call for her. Court John Holt told Ashworth: Is clearly an offence of breach of trust and it is aggravated because the initial basic research suspected your colleagues because their passwords had been used nike magista football boots.