China, Xiamen: Airport employee caught stealing cash from passenger's baggage.
An employee at the Xiamen Airport was caught after stealing RMB 60,000 from a passenger's baggage to pay back his gambling debt. He was fired by the Xiamen airport and detained by the Xiamen Police for the crime. The passenger who was stolen from, Mr. Shi, took an airplane from the Xiamen Airport to Yangzhou city on April 8. When he arrived at the Yangtai Airport, he took the VIP channel and got his checked baggage, finding that the RMB 60,000 he had put in his baggage was gone. Inspection of CCTV cameras led to detection of the employee responsible. More information available at this link: http://www.whatsonxiamen.com/news38998.html
Source: What's On CN Xiamen.
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