Brinks Worker Jailed For ATMThefts

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COLUMBUS, Ohio - (04/08/05) -- A former ATM cash replenisher forBrinks Armored Car Services was sentenced to 27 months in jailThursday for stealing more than $250,000 from 33 credit union andbank cash machines in the Columbus area. Ryan Gullet, 33, ofHershey, Pa., was convicted on six counts of bank larceny andordered to pay $258,160 in restitution to Brinks. Gullet stole themoney from November 2001 to September 2002 while working as amessenger, responsible for filling ATMs with cash. Among themissing funds were $12,000 that disappeared from a Kemba CU machineon November 11, 2001, authorities told The Credit Union JournalFriday.

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