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Euclid, Minn., woman accused of stealing thousands from employer

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A Euclid, Minn., woman is charged with stealing more than $66,000 from her East Grand Forks employer.

Shelley Lynn Rowley, 46, who was a bookkeeper at Storage Max from 2008 to 2011, appeared Wednesday in Polk County District Court on a charge of theft by swindle.


On Nov. 23, Howard Haug, owner of the Storage Max at 632 Gateway Dr. E., reported to East Grand Forks police that he had an audit conducted on his business and suspected Rowley had been stealing money.

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