Skip navigation

Gloucestershire Business News

Man faces trial over company’s missing £21k

A 28-year-old man has denied stealing more than £21,000 from his employer.

A judge at Gloucester Crown Court has ruled that Romanian Antonio Tegla will nevertheless stand trial in July.

Mr Tegla, 28, of Lansdown Crescent, Cheltenham denied theft of £21,737.92 from the Golden Cross Group between October 10 and 17 2017, when he appeared in court yesterday (March 14).

Defence lawyer, Sarah Jenkins representing Mr Tegla said: "He is absolutely adamant this is a denial."

Judge Ian Lawrie QC asked: "Any idea where the missing money has gone?"

"No," said Mrs Jenkins.

"I thought I would ask," the judge replied.

The trial was fixed for July 8 and Mr Tegla was granted bail.

Related Articles

EXCLUSIVE: Dowdeswell Estates and Gloucester City Council agree deal to redevelop The Fleece Hotel Image

EXCLUSIVE: Dowdeswell Estates and Gloucester City Council agree deal to redevelop The Fleece Hotel

Punchline can exclusively reveal that a "game changing" deal has been agreed to transform a Gloucester City centre landmark.

VIDEO: Take a tour of the historic Fleece Inn in Gloucester ahead of its redevelopment Image

VIDEO: Take a tour of the historic Fleece Inn in Gloucester ahead of its redevelopment

Punchline TV speaks to the key players in the redevelopment and takes a peak inside the historic building before it is redeveloped

Work starts on Cheltenham Quadrangle rooftop restaurant development  Image

Work starts on Cheltenham Quadrangle rooftop restaurant development

Transformation of landmark Cheltenham town centre building the Quadrangle has now begun, with contractors moving onto the site.

Historic house for sale - with Lord of the Manor title Image

Historic house for sale - with Lord of the Manor title

If you have aspirations to becoming a real life Lord of the Manor and fancy following in the footsteps of Royalty we could be able to help.

Copyright 2019 Moose Partnership Ltd. All rights reserved. Reproduction of any content is strictly forbidden without prior permission.