That was a big hole in that donut - Tim Horton franchise takes a $200,000 hit.

Crime 100By Staff

July 3, 2015


On June 15, 2015, the owners of a Tim Hortons franchise in the City of Burlington learned there was a lot of money that didn’t make it to the bank.  The police describe the situation this way: “extensive amount of deposits remained outstanding”  as the the company attempted to complete the year-end financial statements.

The calculated loss from these outstanding balances between January 2014 until May 2015 was just over $200,000.00.

Donut hole

There was a big hole in the deposit donut at a Tim Hortons franchise in Burlington

An employee, responsible for the Tim Hortons bank deposits was identified and the owners reported the theft to Halton Police on June 29, 2015.

On June 30, 2015, the accused was arrested.


Mariel ABEJERO, 42 years, from Hamilton has been charged with:

Theft Over $5000

The accused is schedule to attend court on July 29, 2015.

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