BROOKFIELD, Conn. -- A former teller at Savings Bank of Danbury in Brookfield is accused of stealing nearly $80,000 from customer accounts when she worked at the bank, according to the News-Times.
Metita Demiri, a Bethel resident, was charged with first-degree larceny and more than 12 counts of identity theft, said the News-Times.
The incidents allegedly occurred from July 2014 to October, 2015, according to the News-Times. Police said that managers at the bank approached them and said Demiri had accessed customer accounts and used money to pay her own bills, the News-Times reported.
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