2 MEN STEAL $187,000 WORTH OF INK & TONER

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2 MEN STEAL $187,000 WORTH OF INK & TONER

 user 2007-11-21 at 1:47:00 pm Views: 58
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    Police accuse 2 men of stealing $187,000 worth of ink, toner
    BRISTOL, Pa. – Two men have been accused of stealing $187,000 worth of ink and toner from their employer and then selling the goods on the Internet.The two worked for an office-supplies wholesaler in Bristol Township, Bucks County.Police say supervisors at Monroe Systems for Business discovered ink cartridges and toner missing since at least November 2006. The company contacted police in September.Authorities say the two men confessed. The two are charged with theft and related offenses.Thirty-one-year-old Timmy Gilbert, of Falls Township, and 20-year-old William Riley, of Bristol Township, were arraigned Tuesday. They were released on $100,000 bail.