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Yes they refused to press charges initially but the police were called and she went to the police station voluntarily but the police said that they would have to give her a simple caution she was later arrested and given a simple caution as she admitted to the offence. They now say unless she enters into an arrangement to pay that they will contact the police to press charges
Thats great thanks,
The employer in their summary dismisal letter worded the below closing statment, how should we respond if any.
"As you are aware the Police strongly advised your employer to prosecute. Failure to re pay the monies owed will leave no Mr boyle (Owner) no option other than to consider this course of action. therefore it is imperative that you supply your re-payment proposals as a matter of urgency"
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