A cashier in West Java, Indonesia allegedly embezzled money from the minimart where he worked using his electronic wallets.
The spokesperson for Bekasi Police Erna Ruswing Andari stated that the cashier Arlyandi Indra Pratama was identified after the minimart owner filed a complaint, The Jakarta Post reported. A total of 177,876,800 Rupiahs (US$98,545) was reportedly taken.
According to Andari, Pratama stole the money by making fake transactions and connecting the cashier computer with his accounts on electronic marketplaces.
He then allegedly withdrew the money and used it to purchase a washing machine, tee shirts and other items. He has been charged with embezzlement under Article 374 of the Criminal Code. The police seized a computer, transaction receipts and the items allegedly bought with the stolen money as evidence.