Police Investigate $90,000 Theft at Navy FCU Headquarters
A Virginia police department is investigating the alleged employee theft of $90,000 of office supplies from the headquarters of the $55 billion Navy Federal Credit Union in Vienna, Va.
“An employee reported that another employee had been suspected of taking more than $90,000 worth of Navy Federal Credit Union property and selling it to another company,” according to a Vienna Police Department incident report.
The alleged employee embezzlement occurred from Dec. 1, 2012 to Nov. 12, 2013, Vienna police said,
Jeanette Mack, NFCU’s manager of corporate communications, confirmed the police investigation but had no additional details about the case.
“Because it is under investigation, any further details would have to come from the authorities,” said Mack.