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TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) — The Arizona Attorney General’s office says a state grand jury has indicted a husband and wife in a scheme that allegedly allowed them to steal more than $100,000 from his employer using a company credit card.

The office Wednesday announced the indictment charging Gabriel and Valerie Ibarra of Tucson with theft and fraudulent schemes.

Tucson Police Department investigators believe Gabriel Ibarra used a company credit card belonging to his Tucson-based employer Robbins Equipment Company between 2014 and 2016 for personal purchases and to make payments directly to his own account.

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The indictment issued last month alleges Valerie Ann Ibarra was also in on the scheme.

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The couple could not be located for comment and the indictment doesn’t list a defense attorney able to speak on their behalf.

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