Oxfam UK's former loss-prevention manager to stand trial for fraud next year

Edward McKenzie-Green appeared at the Old Bailey in London, accused of stealing more than £60,000 from the charity

Old Bailey
Old Bailey

The former loss-prevention manager at Oxfam UK who has been accused of stealing more than £60,000 from the charity will stand trial next year.

Edward McKenzie-Green of Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, appeared at the Old Bailey in London on 21 September charged with fraud totalling £62,857.58 while working for the organisation between February and December 2011.

He has also been accused of stealing a laptop from the charity. His father, Edward Green, is accused of laundering £35,000 of proceeds of the alleged fraud. The trial has been scheduled to start on 10 March 2014 and is expected to last for up to three weeks.

Both men deny the charges.

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