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Former Bank Teller Pleads Guilty To Stealing Almost $200,000 From Homeless Customer

The former teller stole the money over the course of two years, using it to bankroll tropical vacations and to pay off debt.
A former bank teller pleaded guilty Thursday to stealing more than $185,000 from a homeless customer. Source: Bloomberg

A onetime bank teller in Washington, D.C., stole tens of thousands of dollars from a homeless customer who earned money as a street vendor, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office.

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