catch with hand in the till

catch with hand in the till
catch (someone) with (their) fingers/hand in the till have (your) fingers/hand in the till - to steal money from the place where you work, usually from a shop.

Senior officials who get caught with their fingers in the till must expect to be punished very severely.

(usually passive)

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