BOURNE, Mass. — A Massachusetts woman convicted of stealing from a car dealership where she worked has been accused of stealing $630,000 from another dealer.

The Cape Cod Times reports that 50-year-old Christien Atwood-Calverley is accused of writing checks to herself from Nissan of Bourne, where she worked as an office manager. Investigators say the theft started in 2013 and was discovered last year after the dealership was sold.

Atwood-Calverley has pleaded not guilty to a charge of larceny. She was sentenced to probation in 2009 for stealing $43,000 from Stagg Chevrolet in Harwich. By the time of her guilty plea, she had already started working for the Bourne dealership.

Atwood-Calverley could not be reached for comment.

Information from: Cape Cod (Mass.) Times,

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