MOORESTOWN, N.J. (CBS) —Three men are accused of stealing more than $1.3 million from a funeral home in Moorestown, according to the Burlington County Prosecutor’s Office.

raymond zale Prosecutors: 3 Charged For Stealing More Than $1.3 Million From Funeral Home

Credit: (Burlington County Prosecutor’s Office)

ronald zale Prosecutors: 3 Charged For Stealing More Than $1.3 Million From Funeral Home

Credit: (Burlington County Prosecutor’s Office)

sean zale Prosecutors: 3 Charged For Stealing More Than $1.3 Million From Funeral Home

Credit: (Burlington County Prosecutor’s Office)

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Officials say Raymond, Ronald and Sean Zale stole money from McChesney Funeral Home Entrusted. Raymond, 60, Ronald, 58, and Sean, 32, were each charged with two counts of second-degree theft by deception on Friday.

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The three men allegedly stole the company funds throughout an eight-year period, as they moved the money into their own personal accounts.

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Raymond and Ronald Zale, who are brothers, oversaw the funeral home operation, as Sean Zale, who is Raymond’s son, did a number of things, such as driving, according to officials.

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