Police: Former supervisor stole $163K from retailer in North Whitehall Township

N. WHITEHALL TWP., Pa. – A Lehigh County man is accused of stealing greater than $163,000 from a ironmongery shop whereas he was employed there.

State Police allege 51-year-old Damian Vansuch stole the cash from the True Worth on Route 873 in North Whitehall Township between 2015 and 2019.

Police say he was supervisor when he took the cash from retailer financial institution deposits.

Investigators say an audit by the proprietor uncovered a discrepancy in funds.

Vansuch was arrested and charged with theft and receiving stolen property.

See also  Robust Pennsylvania tax assortment income; partisan divide on the economic system