Yes, you could sue the company and the individual that you believe responsible.
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Yes. The burden of proof in a criminal case is beyond reasonable doubt. The burden of proof that you would have to surmount in a civil trial is less. Therefore, if the District Attorney is successful in the prosecution, you should be successful in a civil claim. However, this may not be needed if all you want is the damages covered. If found guilty in a criminal case, the responsible party will be ordered to pay "restitution" which means you will eventually get reimbursed for the losses.
yes. if the police take the criminal case and the person is successfully prosecuted, it would be really good evidence against the employee. Suing the employer may require knowledge that they knew the employer had a propensity to steal. Discuss it with a civil attorney.