Trusted 71-year-old pharmacist found guilty of 52 charges of theft
As pharmacist Michael Gild entered his eighth decade of life, there was no reason to suspect he was a “flimflam” man systematically pocketing money from the till.
Aged 71, the much loved grandfather was considered a hard-working pharmacist and had the complete trust of his employers.
But then one of them overhead a customer complain that Mr Gild had not given them change.
CCTV footage revealed he had pocketed $80. But it was only the start.
Now a jury has found Mr Gild guilty of 52 charges of theft.
He was convicted