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Former branch manager Henry Martin Hill stole more than $432,000 from the Greater Iowa Credit Union and used his position of trust to conceal his crime for eight years.

Federal prosecutors on Wednesday asked U.S. District Court Judge Stephanie M. Rose in Des Moines to sentence Hill to two years in prison. They argued in court documents that it would send a “strong message that if you abuse the trust placed in you by others, if you lie and mislead to steal money, you will face a federal prison sentence.”

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