I doubt the police are involved. I've handled cases like this before and the employer doesn't usually reveal whether or not the police are involved. Dont speak to the police without a lawyer.
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You could get an attorney but it might not be necessary at this point. If two months have already passed it would be surprising for them to start a prosecution now. Only you can decide if it is worth the money to have someone make a call on your behalf.
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You can wait until something happens before you hire a lawyer. If you receive a phone call from the police or are questioned by the police, then say nothing until you have a lawyer.
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