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Couple deny 300,000 CAB thefts

Sally and Dale Foster
The couple were remanded on bail until July

The ex-manager of a Citizens' Advice Bureau (CAB) office and her husband have been charged with stealing almost 300,000 from the charity.

Sally and Dale Foster, from Swansea, pleaded not guilty to 11 charges of theft and six of false accounting.

Mrs Foster, 49, and her husband, 64, are accused of stealing different amounts from Ammanford CAB on dates between January 2001 and April 2006.

The couple were remanded on bail at Swansea Crown Court.

The Fosters, who live in the city's maritime quarter, were bailed for a pre-trial review hearing will be held on 8 July.

Judge Christopher Morton fixed the trial for 15 September and said the case would last up to four weeks.



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