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Accountant accused of embezzling £1.8m

David Johnston to appear before Aberdeen court in February

AN ACCOUNTANT will appear in court in February accused of embezzling £1.8m from his employer.

David Johnston is accused of stealing the money from oil company Capelrig in Aberdeen.

Johnston, of 9 Beattie Place, Laurencekirk, allegedly embezzled the cash from 1998 to August 2008.

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