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A MAN has been charged with stealing more than $88,000 in cash from a Wells Fargo bank.
Arlando Henderson, 29, was a former employee of the bank in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Investigators say that Henderson stole the cash from Wells Fargo on at least 18 different occasions, per WCNC-TV.
Henderson allegedly deposited the money into his own account with an ATM near the bank he worked for.
The 29-year-old reportedly used the stolen money for personal expenses, according to WCNC-TV.
He also repeatedly put a large cash down payment on a 2019 Mercedes Benz and is accused of giving false information for a car loan.
To cover up the theft, Henderson destroyed certain documents and made false entries in the bank’s books, per the FBI.
He was not discreet in hiding the stolen cash and flaunted the money on his social media accounts.
He posted several photos to his Instagram where he showed off the stolen money.
One photo captured Henderson donning a white T-shirt and jeans as he held up the large stack of cash for the camera to see.
He also appeared to be wearing a flashy chain around his neck that seemingly had an “A” and “4” charm attached to it.
Henderson was arrested in San Diego, California where he will appear before a federal judge.
He is charged with two counts of financial institution, 19 counts of theft, embezzlement, and misapplication, and twelve counts of making false entries and transactional money laundering.
Henderson could be sentenced to 40 years in prison and owe more than $1 million in fines if convicted.
The U.S. Sun also covered a similar story where a former Kroger employee stole nearly $1 million.
Tre Brown, 19, processed more than 40 fraudulent returns in the span of two weeks.
He was charged with theft by taking, which lawyers said was likely to be deemed a felony under Georgia law if more than $500 is at stake.
The teenager could be sentenced anywhere from one to 10 years in prison.