SCOTTSBURG, Ind. (WISH) - Indiana State Police arrested a Scottsburg female bank manager Friday morning for stealing more than $63,000.
Police say Renea D. White, 24, has been preliminarily charged with five counts of felony defrauding a financial institution, and five counts of felony theft.
The arrest came after a seven month investigation prompted by the Scott County prosecutor. During the investigation, police say White, who is the bank manager of Centra Credit Union took more than $63,000 by taking money from the teller drawer to manipulate customer accounts. The thefts happened between January 2, 2012 and Jan. 18, 2013.
The bank has deposited the missing money back in the accounts.
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