I had no idea that there was an investigation underway until I was called into the police station by the investigator on the case. I was told that there was one hundred dollars missing from my till and that so far the blame points to me. I did not take this money, and after speaking to my manager it seems that even if they cannot prove any guilt, I will be terminated from my position. I am a part time employee at a mid-west gas station chain. The only other people who would have had access to any money from my till would be the manager and her second assistant. I am 21 years old and this is the first time I have ever had to deal with such accusations, let alone being questioned by the police. Any advice?I was fired from my job on Thursday the fourth, as I had suspected. The manager didn't know if I would be able to collect unemployment or not, but did assure me that the situation is still under investigation and the money is not reported as stolen but instead missing. There is nothing on my file about stealing. I filed for unemployment the following day, though was a little bit unsettled to hear from another former employee that the company could appeal any decision for me to receive unemployment benefits. This same former employee had this happen to her, and she had to pay back 1100 dollars in UI money which had been awarded to her.