G4S security van driver Raymond Boland denies £800,000 theft

Raymond Boland Raymond Boland will stand trial in December

A security van driver has denied stealing more than £800,000 from his employer.

Raymond Boland, 38, of Kings Head Hill, in Chingford, Essex, was charged with theft by employee from the security company G4S in January, 2012.

Father-of-three Mr Boland pleaded not guilty during at a hearing at Chelmsford Crown Court.

He is due to stand trial at the court on 2 December. The alleged theft of £809,000 happened near Harlow.

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