Feminine cash-handler stole £7million after stuffing notes into garbage luggage as firm took four DAYS to note it was gone

Female cash-handler stole £7million after stuffing notes into rubbish bags as company took 4 DAYS to notice it was gone

POLICE are searching for a lady who labored for a cash-handling firm, however then disappeared with virtually £7million. 

Yasemin Gundogan, 28, from the German metropolis of Bremen, was working as a forex packaging assistant, when she vanished after loading a van with wads of money.


Wished… Yasemin Gundogan of Bremen, Germany labored as a currency-packaging assistant[/caption]


She fled in late Might, police say, with stacks of cash she stole from the corporate[/caption]

After failing to find the 28-year-old lady of Turkish origin for a number of weeks, the police issued a search warrant towards her on July 2.

An insider informed newspaper Bild that the corporate’s surveillance cameras had been off that day.

They stated: “Normally, staff are repeatedly monitoring the cameras, there may be the four-eyes precept when dealing with cash.”

Gundogan labored for the Bremen-based money dealing with firm Loomis the place she packed banknotes in money cassettes.

However police stated she allegedly stuffed the cash into safety luggage on Might 21 after which threw them right into a waste container.

The police stated she then camouflaged the wheelie bin with litter and rolled it exterior.

Right here she loaded the luggage right into a Mercedes Vito van with stolen license plates.

Gundogan acquired within the car and disappeared and not using a hint, in response to native media.

Workers seen the money was lacking 4 days after the incident they usually instantly knowledgeable the police.

Loomis bosses have remained silent relating to the matter and are ready for the police to resolve the case.

The investigation is ongoing.


Police in Germany are looking for Yasemin Gundogan, and for this black Mercedes-Benz that she allegedly loaded with stolen money.[/caption]