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Circle K Employee Turns Self In Over Missing Money
Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Columbia, SC (WLTX) -- A Midlands Circle K employee turned herself into the Columbia Police Department Monday morning.

Marseda Harris, 28, was arrested and charged with breach of trust with fraudulent intent. Previous Coverage: Police Say Circle K Employee Steals Cash

Harris was the assistant manager of the Circle K. Last month, investigators say she left to make a cash deposit with thousands of dollars but never returned. Employees called her and even went to her house, but couldn't find her.

Customers and employees had spotted Harris many times on Garners Ferry Road.

According to police, Harris saw herself on the news and decided to turn herself in.

Source: http://www.wltx.com/news/article/195112/2/Circle-K-Employee-Turns-Self-In-Over-Missing-Money

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