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Bank Employee Indicted for Theft

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Madam Margretta Dorbor, an employee of the Liberia Bank for Development and Investment (LBDI) has been indicted for allegedly stealing LD$331,257 from the bank.

Madam Dorbor was indicted by the Grand Jury of Montserrado County during February term of court and will be arraigned before Criminal Court ‘C’ on Wednesday, February 18, 2015 to respond to the indictment.

According to a four- page indictment, Madam Dorbor was arrested and charged on three counts of theft of property, forgery and counterfeiting based on a complaint filed by the General Manager of the LBDI.

The indictment said at the time of the alleged theft, defendant Margretta Dorbor was within the employ of the bank and assigned at its Greensville branch in Sinoe County in southeastern Liberia.

The indictment furthered alleged that between January and December 2010, defendant Margretta Dorbor dubiously withdrew money from several customers' accounts.

The indictment named the Greenville People Saving Club with account #009LR4087001701 as a one of the victims of the alleged theft.