A service station employee who spent a year working at two BP stores is alleged to have systematically stolen $500,000 on hundreds of separate occasions.
Corrine Christina Ammerlaan, 27, began her alleged spate of thefts in early 2016 at a pair of BP petrol stations in Adelaide's northern suburbs.
But Ammerlaan's alleged streak came to a halt this year after an investigation by the South Australia police uncovered a number of thefts, the Adelaide Advertiser reports.
Corrine Christina Ammerlaan (pictured) allegedly stole $500,000 from BP service stations she worked at in Adelaide's northern suburbs
It is alleged that the 27-year-old stole amounts ranging from just $30 up to as much as $4135
In total, court documents reportedly allege Ammerlaan stole on up to 257 separate instances from both service stations.