Warwickshire Police theft: Crown court date for ex-officer

Former Warwickshire Police headquarters The money was stolen from Leek Wootton, the former police headquarters

A retired police officer charged with the theft of £113,000 from Warwickshire Police's former HQ has been sent for trial at crown court.

Paul Andrew Greaves, 54, from Carlton, Nottingham, was charged after the cash disappeared from the former headquarters in Leek Wootton.

He is accused of stealing the money between June 2009 and September 2011.

Magistrates at the Warwickshire Justice Centre bailed him to appear at crown court on 1 July.

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