Bank Workers Accused of Stealing Customer Money

The scam operated at Glen Rock Savings Bank from July 2010 until June of this year.

Thursday, Dec 15, 2011  |  Updated 2:49 PM EDT
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Bank Workers Accused of Stealing Customer Money

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Three workers at a New Jersey bank are accused of stealing thousands of dollars out of customer accounts.

Bergen County prosecutors say the three women operated a scam from July of 2010 until June of this year at the Glen Rock branch of the Glen Rock Savings Bank.

Over time, the women made seven withdrawals totaling $33,000 from one customer account, and $29,170 from another, prosecutors say.

The women were charged with multiple counts, including computer criminal activity, misconduct and conspiracy to commit theft.

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