Northern Beaches agent pleads guilty to credit card theft from Dee Why open house

Northern Beaches agent pleads guilty to credit card theft from Dee Why open house
Northern Beaches agent pleads guilty to credit card theft from Dee Why open house

A Northern beaches estate agent who went on a $3200 spending spree after stealing a credit card during an open house inspection has failed to have the theft charges dropped due to mental illness.

The 38 year old stole the credit after searching through a wallet in drawers while showing people through a Dee Why flat last year.

She used it to buy designer sunglasses, cosmetics and gift cards.

After failing to have the charges dismissed this week, Fitzgerald then pleaded guilty and was sentenced to a Community Corrections Order, The Manly Daily reported.

The purchase were made the same day she hosted the inspection at a unit in Pacific Parade.

Several of the spending offences where captured on CCTV and that a number of the items were found at her home after Northern Beaches Proactive Team officers executed a search warrant.

The Bilgola Plateau based mother of one worked for L.J. Hooker at Dee Why.

She did not attend her first court hearing last year because she was receiving treatment at a private clinic.

 

 

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Property Theft Dee Why

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