Man used deceased’s keycards

A BOMADERRY man who used a dead woman’s keycards has been given a two-year good behaviour bond.In Nowra Local Court, Glen Murray Cleary, 48, of Princes Highway, was also fined $400 and ordered to pay $454.10 to the woman’s estate.After Sophia Mimi Seeto, 44, of Seven Hills died on December 18 last year, police set up Strike Force Bisdee to investigate her death.At the time Cleary had been living with her and he told police he had medical complaints and their relationship was one of carer and patient.Police checks on her two bank accounts showed there had been four withdrawals in the days after her death.Cleary was captured on CCTV at two of them – making purchases for $6 at an Australia Post shop and $8.10 at a Coles store. The others were withdrawals of $400 and $40 from ATMs.He also admitted to giving Seeto’s keycards to the next person he moved in with.On January 6 Cleary was interviewed at Blacktown Police Station where he denied taking or using the keycards.When he was shown the CCTV vision Cleary had no explanation. He told police he knew Seeto’s PIN but had no right to use her cards.This story Administrator ready to work first appeared on Nanjing Night Net.