Linda Cox, a former comptroller of First South Bank in Spartanburg, S.C., committed suicide after being questioned by the Federal Bureau of Investigation about missing funds at the bank, the Greenville News reported on Saturday.

Cox killed herself on April 15, one day after FBI agents interviewed her in connection with an embezzlement investigation, the paper said citing interviews and police reports. The FBI was looking into allegations that Cox had stolen $52,000 from the bank and $50,000 from a local nonprofit, it added.

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