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I am currently working in an office where my coworker is taking money. I am 100% sure this is happening. My problem is this...She is the employee everyone trust and she more or less rules the roost. There is a possibility that she and one of the owners were involved in the past. I am afraid if I tell, that I will be set up and fired. A person was fired 2 yrs ago for stealing the money and she did not do it. She did not have proof and I do. They believed the real person that is stealing over the innocent party. I feel like I need to report this. I can not sleep at night and I feel that if I don't report it, it will continue and/or I will get the blame and be set up. I am having a hard time watching her take the money right beside me. The other girl tried to take them to court, but one of the owners dug up something from her past as an excuse to fire her. Please help.  
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Actually Its weird advice, but if the owners fire the wrong people and they let the person they "love" steal then they deserve to be ripped off. Frankly, you SHOULD rip them off too because they are a holes for firing the wrong innocent person as you said, So F them, its not your business

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you can probably record her taking the money on a secret camera, possibly on your phone. you have to follow your instincts, yet again the owners are fired the other girl unfairly. you have the proof so you have to report the thief
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Well It depends where you work. If it is an big organization then you can report to the head office (main office) and go to their Human Resource Department. But if it is a small company than it hard because you do not want to loose your job. You can try going to your local police department and discussing with them and see what they say. Sometimes they are willing to help and this way if they fire you or another innocent person, at least the police were well aware of it and can help you out.

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