Employee pleads guilty to theft of more than £113,000 from disability charity

Bhupinder Kaur, who worked as a financial assistant at Bradnet, admits to the offences at Bradford Crown Court

Money was stolen from a disability charity
Money was stolen from a disability charity

An employee of the Bradford-based disability charity Bradnet has pleaded guilty to stealing more than £113,000 from it.

At Bradford Crown Court on Tuesday, Bhupinder Kaur, 25, who worked as a financial assistant at the charity, admitted taking the money between May 2010 and January 2011.

She will be sentenced on 28 October. Some of the money might be recovered under the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002, a court spokeswoman said.

Bradnet had a turnover of about £1.56m in the year to March 2010. A spokesman said the charity would not comment further until after the sentencing.

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