BALTIMORE (AP) — A woman who worked as a bookkeeper has been charged in Maryland with fraudulently obtaining approximately $1 million from her employers.

Lisa Fore was charged Monday in federal court with four counts of mail fraud and one count of aggravated identity theft.

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The charges are in a criminal information, which typically signals a plea deal has been reached.

A court filing says Fore repeatedly forged signatures on checks drawn from company bank accounts for her personal use.

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The Cirelli Company was one of the companies that employed Fore, who was a resident of Hampstead, Maryland.

The 48-year-old worked for her employers for 17 years, ending July 2018.

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Fore is scheduled to make her initial court appearance in Baltimore on Nov. 20.