Former armored truck company messenger convicted of stealing 2 bags of cash worth $110,000


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PHILADELPHIA — A former armored truck company employee has been convicted of having stolen two bags of cash worth $110,000 four years ago.

Jurors in federal court convicted 36-year-old Tanika Little of Philadelphia of two counts of theft and a firearms charge on Monday night. She will be sentenced in June.

Federal prosecutors said Little worked as a messenger for Brink's Inc., which delivers cash to banks and other businesses.

Prosecutors said twice in early 2011, Little came into possession of two incorrectly-routed bags of cash totaling about $110,000 in $20 bills that was intended for a suburban branch.

They said that instead of delivering the cash to the Bank of America's Drexel Hill branch, its intended destination, Little deposited the money into her personal bank account.

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