An IT worker who defrauded Dundee City Council out of more than £1 million will have to sell his house to pay off part of his debt to the local authority.
A confiscation order against Mark Conway, 52, was granted at the High Court in Edinburgh on Monday.
Conway was imprisoned for more than five years after admitting defrauding Dundee City Council while an employee.
He created false invoices to pay money into his bank accounts between August 2009 and May 2016.
Conway used the money to pay off gambling debts.
The confiscation order gives the Crown the power to compel Conway to sell his house near Brechin.
According to property website Zoopla, the house is worth around £150,000 but Conways equity in it is £49,979.
That money will go …