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Employee stole nearly $200K from Walmart in Mansfield Township

MANSFIELD TOWNSHIP, NJ (Warren County) – A Walmart employee was arrested after it was discovered that she had allegedly stolen nearly $200,000 from the Mansfield Township store, according to the Warren County Prosecutor’s Office.

Mansfield Township police began its investigation after being contacted by Walmart indicating large sums of cash missing on various dates, authorities said.

The investigation revealed that an employee, who was identified as Megan Tuttle, 39, of Mendham, had stolen various amounts of cash on at least fifteen occasions, prosecutor’s office said.

Walmart reported the total loss to be $198,899, authorities said.

Tuttle was arrested on September 7 and charged with second-degree theft. She was released on pre-trial monitoring pending a court appearance, prosecutor’s office said.

Jay Edwards

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