Two Chinese nationals who allegedly stole more than $100,000 from their employee will face the court again on April 21.
Xu Jie Ping (female) and Zhau Zhen Wei (male) were charged with one count each of larceny by servant.
They both allegedly stole more than $100,000 from the Happy Shop located at Point Cruz.
Ping worked at Happy Shop as the cashier while Wei as the warehouse manager.
Ping and Wei arrived in the country on November and October last year and were both employed by the general manager of Happy shop upon their arrival in Honiara.
However, it was alleged that when the GM of Happy Shop left for his Holiday in China, the two accused allegedly stole the money various amount of money between January 10 and March 15 this year.
Ping has been allegedly seen by witnesses going to commercial banks and other shops changing large amount of money to other currencies.
She was arrested while trying to board a flight back to China.
Early this month both the accused have been brought to court again where the police prosecution made a remand application.
Prosecution alleged they have breached some of their bail conditions.
Their lawyer Ronald Dive however objected to the remand application and at the end of the hearing, court ruled that there is no evidence to support prosecution’s allegation.
Magistrate Esther Lelapitu then allowed their bail to continue.
Both accused are on the cash bail of $5,000 each.
Police Prosecutor Elson Konle represents the State.
By ASSUMPTA BUCHANAN