Accused murderer Natalie Maher received sums from her mother's bank account in the days around the date of Veronica Corstorphine's death, a Supreme Court jury in Launceston heard.
Ms Maher, 48, has pleaded not guilty to murdering Ms Corstorphine, 71, between October 3-5, 2019.
The Crown alleges Ms Maher smothered her mother with a pillow before leaving Tasmania.
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The defence suggests Ms Corstorphine could have died by suicide or natural causes.
Bank of Queensland investigations officer Elizabeth Duncan said a $5000 amount was transferred via internet banking at 10.15pm on October 3, 2019.
She said an amount of $3500 was transferred from Ms Corstorphine's account at 10.15 am on October 4, 2019.
She said an amount of $3860.68 was transferred on October 4, 2019.
"The account ended at zero," Ms Duncan said.
An amount of $1000 was transferred from a Visa account to Ms Maher's account.
Under cross-examination from Crown Prosecutor John Ransom, Ms Duncan confirmed that Ms Corstorphine transferred several amounts to Ms Maher in the months before October 2019.
In a case that the Crown has described as circumstantial, an investigations officer from National Australia Bank, the bank which held Ms Maher's account also gave evidence.
Shiva John confirmed that Ms Maher's account had a balance of $403.01 on August 8, 2019, before a $551.39 Newstart payment from Centrelink was electronically credited on August 12.
Ms John said the $3680.68 amount was received into Ms Maher's account on October 7.
She said a number of $2.50 fees were incurred for cash withdrawals from non-NAB ATM's in the days after October 7. One was from a Westpac ATM at the Perth Airport lounge.
Defence counsel Evan Hughes asked Ms Duncan about transactions at BWS Liquor and Coles Express on October 2-3.
The jury saw CCTV footage from Coles Express in Wellington Street at 1.52pm on October 3.
Ms John confirmed that the $3860.68 amount was not received into Ms Maher's account until October 7.
Flight Centre legal counsel Edwina Newton said a booking was made for Ms Maher at 9.14 pm on October 3 for flights from Launceston to Perth on October 5.
"It was paid for a credit card in the name of Veronica Corstorphine," she said.
Virgin Airlines security intelligence officer Shannon Ray said a person using the name Natalie Maher checked in and boarded flights to WA.
The jury also heard a recording of a woman who called herself Natalie Maher ring Flight Centre to check flight times to WA.
Forensic scientist Corey Griffiths gave evidence that Ms Maher was a possible contributor to a red brown stain on a pillow from the home.
The trial, which is in its second week, continues on Friday.
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