NIAGARA FALLS – An unnamed employee is suspected of taking $2,500 in cash while working a shift as a financial cash cashier, according to Seneca Niagara Casino’s head of security on Tuesday.
He said the suspect started her shift at 10:15 p.m. on July 25 and finished at 6:15 a.m. on July 26. The finance cage manager did a count of the drawer and found it $2,500 short. A drawer count was also performed by the main bank cashier and it was found short. The suspect had reportedly counted her drawer at the end of the shift and found no shortfall.
The security staff reported the July 25 theft to police on Tuesday and said security video and statements from other staff are available. The 43-year-old female suspect is no longer employed by the casino, according the Casino’s head of security.