A University of South Florida custodian is accused of stealing$37,000 from two members' accounts at the $443 million USF FederalCredit Union in Tampa, Fla., according to USF Police.

USF police said Darrell L. McNabb, 33, of Tampa allegedlytransferred the stolen funds to his USF FCU account by creatingfake IDs from personal information he stole from the victims.

The theft occurred from early January to Feb. 5. Policeinvestigators were alerted about the suspicious activity Feb.6.

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