Brinks Worker Stole Cash FromATMs

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COLUMBUS, Ohio - (11/22/04) -- A former Brinks Armored Car Servicesmessenger, entrusted to stock Columbus-area ATMs with cash, facesup to 10 years in prison after being convicted last week ofstealing $200,000 from six credit unions and banks he was supposedto be servicing. Brinks noticed the funds missing after RyanGullet, 33, of Hershey, Pa., abruptly quit his job on September 30,2002, finding that cash was missing for 33 of the ATMs on Gullet'sroute. Among the missing funds were $12,000 that disappeared form aKemba CU machine on November 11, 2001, authorities told The CreditUnion Journal Friday.

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