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UofL bookstore employee admits faking returns worth nearly $1900

Lisa Smith (Source: LMDC) Lisa Smith (Source: LMDC)

LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - Police say a cashier at the University of Louisville Barnes and Noble admitted to faking returns, issuing fraudulent refunds to herself for nearly $1,900.

Lisa Smith is charged with theft by deception and forgery. Police said she was caught on camera using merchandise from the store to fake returns and signing a fake name for a refund. Her arrest warrant says she faked returns 16 times from March until July.

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Detectives say Smith provided a written admission.

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