Tuesday March 31, 2020

‘Almost inevitable’ that sisters will lose home

Innocent woman who told of sister’s embezzlement may end up with nowhere to live

1st May, 2010

The High Court will decide in 12 month s’ time whether to order the sale of the home of a Dublin woman who reported her sister for embezzling cash from her employer.

Mabel Savage, 57, of Ardagh Road, Crumlin, took more than €160,000 while working for 16 years as a book-keeper for Drill-fix of Cherry Orchard Industrial Estate, Dublin.

In 2005, she confessed the thefts to her sister, Ruth, 61, who shares the family home with her....

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