Former Tenafly synagogue employee charged with theft from co-workers – NorthJersey.com

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A former Tenafly synagogue employee was charged with theft from herco-workers, police announced on Tuesday.

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A former Tenafly synagogue employee was charged with theft from herco-workers, police announced on Tuesday.

Sophia Deutsch, 19, of Teaneck, turned herself in after she being identified as a suspect on Tuesday, according to Tenafly Police Capt. Michael deMoncada.

Deutsch was accused of taking a credit card and $300 in cash from her former co-workers at the Lubavitch on the Palisades synagogue on Harold Street in mid-July, deMoncada stated. She then allegedly used the credit card 29 times around Bergen County spending more than $780.

Deutsch was charged with credit card fraud and three counts of theft, according to deMoncada. She was processed and released after being issued a summons.

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