Zampelli said the amount of money in the safe was more than usual for the store because of “extenuating circumstances,” but he did not elaborate.
“That’s something Sibbio would know,” Zampelli said. “He’s the only one who had access to the safe area so nothing looked out of the ordinary to the other employees, except that he left during his shift without saying anything to anybody. It looks like he acted alone.”
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