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Bank tellers helped steal identities, $850G, A.G. says


Lower Hudson Valley Journal News - (National) Five people, including three bank tellers at branches in New York and Florida, were indicted September 16 in White Plains, New York, for allegedly running an identity theft and bank fraud ring that stole over $850,000 in funds as well as customers' personal information over at least 4 years. The tellers allegedly supplied information to their co-conspirators that enabled them to create fraudulent checks, driver's licenses, and other documents used to withdraw the stolen funds from bank branches in Connecticut, Massachusetts, and New York.


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Last Updated: 27 May 2016 10:21:45