A Buffalo lie detector test recently helped prove an employee guilty of theft. Karen came to us with suspicions that her recent employee, Eric, was guilty of theft. Here is Karen’s story and how Lie Detector Test Examiners helped her discover the truth before she lost valuable items from her jewelry store.
Karen has been running her jewelry store for over 15 years. She had a passion for beautiful and unique jewelry and worked hard to build her business. However, with the recent departure of her long-time employee, Karen decided to hire a new assistant.
23-year-old Eric applied for the role within a week of Karen advertising it. Impressed with his prior experience in customer service, Karen decided to hire Eric. However, after just a few weeks on the job, Karen started to notice small items of jewelry missing from the store. At first, she thought it might just be a mistake, but as the incidents continued, she became more suspicious.
Karen decided to install a hidden camera in the store to see what was going on. Each night, she would review the footage in private and noticed that Eric was often the last one in the store. However, the footage never showed Eric taking anything.
After several more items went missing, Karen confronted Eric. Eric appeared shocked and said that he had no idea what was going on. He assured Karen that he had not taken anything and offered to take a lie detector test to prove his innocence. Karen agreed, and Eric took the test at a Buffalo lie detector office.
The results of the lie detector test showed that Eric was indeed guilty of theft. Karen was devastated and asked Eric why he would steal from her. Eric confessed that he was in a difficult financial situation and had fallen into debt. He said he had never stolen from anyone before and was truly sorry.
Karen was understanding and decided not to press charges, but she had to let Eric go. She thanks the Buffalo Lie Detector Test Examiners for their professionalism and help in her case. If you suspect someone of theft, consider booking a lie detector test today. You can also call their free helpline for advice and booking information.