Post Office worker, 52, is accused of £9,000 thefts
A WOMAN has appeared in court accused of stealing more than £9,000 from the Post Office where she worked.
Julie Edgar faced a judge charged with taking cash from Tavistock Spar and Post Office.
The 52-year-old allegedly stole £9,389 from the shop between January 28 and August 28 last year.
Edgar, of Maynard Park, Bere Alston, indicated "no plea" when she appeared for the first time at Plymouth Magistrates' Court.
Eoin McCarthy, for the Crown Prosecution Service, said the allegation was that she had taken various amounts of money at different times.
The thefts are alleged to have taken place over seven months.
District Judge Diana Baker ruled the case could be heard at the city's Magistrates' Court.
Edgar was released on unconditional bail to return to the court on February 13.
Discussions will take place between the prosecution and the defence.