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Ex-Plymouth finance director bought Annalee dolls with embezzled money

The former finance director for Plymouth, Connecticut is accused of embezzling more than $800,000 from the town and using much of the money to build something akin to a museum in his home, filled with Hummel figurines, Annalee dolls, coins, stamps, Coach purses and more.

David J. Bertnagel, 41, of Thomaston, was arrested at his home this morning, appeared in court and was released on a $250,000 bond.

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