Las Vegas restaurant manager accused of stealing around $100,000 | Nevada News

LAS VEGAS (AP) — The general manager of a Las Vegas Strip restaurant is accused of stealing more than $100,000 from the business, authorities say.

The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police say Michael Moore has been charged with one count of robbery and a preliminary hearing is scheduled for May 27.

The Las Vegas Review-Journal says Moore denied any wrongdoing and refused to speak to police.

It was unclear Sunday whether Moore had an attorney who could speak on his behalf.

Moore is suspected of stealing the candy money between Aug. 30 and Dec. 1, according to police records.

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Investigators said Moore was the only Sugar Factory manager working every Monday from September 6 to October 4, when an armored vehicle showed up to take bags of cash from the building.

According to a police report, the loss amounted to more than $66,000 in missing deposits.

In the three months that Moore worked for the company, restaurant executives told police that more than $33,000 had gone missing from the safe and that they had video of Moore allegedly removing it from the safe. money but would never hand over bills.

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