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Hubbard woman charged with receiving stolen property

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NEW WILMINGTON, Pa. - A Hubbard woman, who supervised a local college mail room for 10 years, is accused of opening the mail and keeping the valuables inside.

New Wilmington police have charged 59-year-old Debra Sue White with theft and receiving stolen property.

Police say White took 55 pieces of mail from Westminster College between 2010 and 2011.

Police believe White took cash, gift cards, lottery tickets and other items valued at nearly $1,700 from mail destined for students and staff.

White was fired from her job in 2011.

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