Springfield Manager Accused of Stealing $30,000 from Burlington Coat Factory

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SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – A former employee has been accused of stealing more than $30,000 from Burlington Coat Factory, including $13,000 from the Springfield store.

Angie Chaney, 43, was charged earlier this month with felony stealing in Greene County.

A probable cause statement says Burlington Coat Factory contacted the Springfield Police Department in January about a theft case involving Chaney, the ex-store manager for the 3860 W. Washita St. location.

The company reported to police that Chaney had stolen more than $13,000 in the fall of 2017 by taking money from the cash drawer while counting, according to the statement.

A bond recommendation from prosecutors says Chaney is also charged with stealing $19,000 from a Burlington Coat Factory in a different jurisdiction.

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