Pharmacist caught with hand in the till

A 71-year-old pharmacist found guilty of 52 charges of theft is an “experienced and practised liar,” a Court has heard The pharmacist was fined $26,000 as well as reparation of $2425 to his employer after repeated small thefts from the till at a Melbourne pharmacy. In December 2011, a pharmacy co-owner overheard a customer complain

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