New Era (Windhoek)

Namibia: Remax Employees in Court Over Missing N$440 000

Walvis Bay — Two Walvis Bay residents, Jeselonia Murphy and Rosetta Williams, made their second appearance in the Walvis Bay Magistrate's Court yesterday for allegedly stealing N$440 000 from their employer.

The case has been postponed to March for further investigation. The two ladies were arrested in December 2012 and are out on bail of N$7 000 each. It is alleged that the two suspects stole the money from their employer, the estate agency Remax Coastline Properties in Walvis Bay, over an unknown period.

According to the police at Walvis Bay, the exact amount of money stolen could be higher since the auditors are still going through the company's books.

The owner of Remax, Claudia Ramos, declined to comment yesterday for fear of jeopardising the ongoing investigation.

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