NT Police claim to have uncovered a plot by two women to embezzle their own company.
Detectives from the Major Crime Squad have issued two women notices to appear in court following the alleged theft of money from a Darwin company.
Earlier this month, a 34-year-old woman processed company funds and divided them into bags for security transportation to a bank.
But when the money arrived at the company's bank, police allege $50,000 was discovered missing.
Police are also claiming back in 2018, a 36-year-old woman accessed the businesses point of sale system and transferred $10,000, allegedly attempting to balance past monetary discrepancies.
Police commenced investigations into the activity and discovered a total of $60,000 was allegedly stolen from the company.
The two women were yesterday issued notices to appear in court for criminal deception and stealing.
They are due to appear in Darwin Local Court on September 28.
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