Bethany College fires two employees who allegedly stole a cool $500k

  • "Bethany has been the victim of a crime," wrote the school's president.

Bethany College administrators have fired two employees after an investigation revealed they lifted more than $500,000, News 9, an NBC affiliate of Steubenville, Ohio, reports.

"One employee who managed the cashier's office was fired after allegedly admitting to the crime," according to the report. "The director of finance for the college – who was responsible for reconciling the account in question – has also been terminated." 

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