AUSTIN (KXAN) - An woman was accused of stealing more than $70,000 while working at an Austin Wal-Mart.
According to court documents, company officials believe Cindy Hufford, 42, stole about $72,600 from the Wal-Mart at Interstate 35 and Parmer Lane where she worked in the cash office.
When a loss prevention officer with the store saw Hufford take a $100 bill, court records say she gave it back, along with $2,500 more dollars she had on her.
The documents claim Hufford took the money a little at a time during a 20-month span between June 2010 and January 2012.
Detectives said Hufford did not cooperate with the investigation which is one of the reasons it took so long to file charges.
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