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A Pennsylvania man being held in a county jail on a $1 million bond is accused of using a popular social media site to make more than $62,000 in fraudulent check deposits and steal more than $22,000 from the $4.1 billion Pennsylvania State Employees Credit Union in Harrisburg, according to the Dauphin County District Attorney’s office.

Peter Strozniak

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