Mobile phone firm worker denies theft

A MOBILE phone and computer business worker yesterday denied stealing £14,000 of phones from his employers. Shaun Emery, 47, is alleged to have taken the mobile phones from Comm-Tech, Martham, between August 19 and November 30 last year.

A MOBILE phone and computer business worker yesterday denied stealing £14,000 of phones from his employers. Shaun Emery, 47, is alleged to have taken the mobile phones from Comm-Tech, Martham, between August 19 and November 30 last year.

Emery, of Waltham Abbey, Essex, also pleaded not guilty at Yarmouth Magistrates' Court yesterday to creating a fraudulent customer account at Comm-Tech and denied offering a fake CV to secure a job at the firm, which has a factory in nearby Rackheath. Emery also denies stealing £8,509 of laptop computers from another Norfolk firm. He will reappear before Yarmouth magistrates on July 1 for his committal hearing to Norwich Crown Court for trial.


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