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March 17, 2017

Cashier admits stealing $13M at Pittsburgh monuments firm

  • Cynthia Mills stole the money over 16 years and gambled most of it away at a Pittsburgh casino.
  • By JOE MANDAK
    Associated Press

    PITTSBURGH — The former cashier at a Pennsylvania monuments and engraving firm has acknowledged stealing nearly $13 million over 16 years and is hoping a judge will approve a seven-and-a-half-year federal prison sentence for her crimes.

    Cynthia Mills' defense attorney, Phil DiLucente, says she also can have a better future, possibly as a security consultant that would help other companies prevent fraud like the one she perpetrated at Matthews International Corp. in Pittsburgh from 1999 to 2015.


     
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