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Suspension letter for Fuel Stealing

Suspension letter for Fuel Stealing

To, Sam Robert

From: Gintrex Pvt Ltd.

Dear Sam,

We are writing this letter to you because you have been accused of stealing fuel from the site. Theft behavior is not acceptable in our Company. We are trying our best to gather more information on this
matter. However, kindly understand that we do not keep such employees in our Company who are involved in illegal activities. This is to inform you that you have been suspended from out Gintrex Company. All the investigation is going on and will be ended soon when any strong proof comes out of it. Until then, we are suspending you from your duty as an HR Assistant. We will inform you about your re-joining or termination in the upcoming days. It will be finalized once everything is settled down. It is very substantial for us to give time to have a proper investigation done so we can conclude. We will also review all the allegations made against you before this incident about theft in Company.

Regards,

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Termination Letter for Theft

Dear Employees,

We are writing this open suspension letter for our two employees. Their name is Mr. Jack and Mr. Will. We have found camera footage in which you both have found stealing fuel on the site. It is a violation of rules and clear theft. We are investigating the case more as footage of the camera was not as clear. Therefore, we are suspending you both from your duties. You are not allowed to come to the office and perform your duties until the next notice. We will send you the next notice regarding the decision made upon proofs. We will not just hear one side only. You both are welcome to come and clarify if you have any justification to give regarding this subject. We are open to discuss this issue in detail. We also encourage our other employees to come forward with proofs if they have any against these employees. Please don’t blame, just come with proof so we can investigate and take action.

Regards,

Human Resource Department

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Sample Termination Letter for Theft

The termination letter for theft should be clear and straight to the point and include the date of the crime. Easy formats are here for termination of employee. Necessary reasons can be changed.

Sample Termination Letter for Theft

From,

The CEO, MEFG Private Limited
California, United States of America.

Subject: Letter of termination for theft (legal documents)

To Whom It May Concern

Theft is a crime! Under the law code of USA, you are held accountable and found guilty of stealing the legal documents of this prestigious company named MEFG. After hearing of a confession from you, made after many investigations, the company is not sending you to jail, but seeing your past duties and character, the board decided to terminate your services from this office. No provident fund or the salary dues will be given to you. No medical and conveyance allowance will be given to you. Your name from the Insurance Company had been removed by the competent authorities, as you are no more a part of this system. May you learn from your mistake/sin and try to be a better person.

Regards,
Mary Keon,
20th May, 2020

Sample Letter format of Termination for Theft (Money)

From,

The CEO,
WFG International Bank
California, United States of America.

Subject: Letter of termination for theft (money)

To Whom It May Concern

Mr. Adam Torun joined this bank as a cashier/financial manager of WFG International Bank since 2010. His character was exemplary and the management trusted his abilities and character, but after this shameless act of stealing $10,000, the bank no longer has any faith or trust in you. Under the Penal code of USA you will be sent to jail for the period of at least 5 years, unless you do not reproduce the stolen amount. The bank decided to terminate you from your chair, immediately as the crime had been proven against you. No financial help/dues will be given to you in any context. Please do not approach this office for any of your concern.

Regards,
Ron Keon,
24th June, 2020