SYRACUSE, N.Y. – A maintenance and repair technician with Loomis Fargo and Company has been charged with stealing hundreds of thousands of dollars from ATMs spread across four counties, according to an account in the Oswego Daily News. In a statement filed with one of the criminal complaints, the technician told police he “took money from 10 different machines about once a month …. I started by taking amounts that were under $500 and I would then eventually replace the money when I got my paycheck. From there I started taking money on an as-needed basis. “I took money from machines I serviced along my route from the past several years up to the present…. I would usually choose a machine that I knew had time before it was due to be replenished and balanced.” But the technician told police that late in 2003, “I started taking higher amounts at more locations more often. I got out of control. I guess I could not keep track.”

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