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You are in charge of the petty cash at the office. However, a co-worker is responsible for making a weekly trip to the bank to make the business deposit and obtain petty cash for the following week. In a conversation with your mutual supervisor, you are asked if the increase in the petty cash amount was enough. You, however, have not seen any additional money. You realize your co-worker has been pocketing the additional money. Do you:

Tell your supervisor you have neither asked for nor received any additional petty cash and that you suspect your co-worker is pocketing the money?
Tell your co-worker your suspicions and give them a chance to pay the money back?
Say nothing and just wait to see what happens?
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