Crossville, Tenn. (WVLT) -- The TBI says money that went missing from a Cumberland County bank may have been taken by a teller at the bank.
The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation's says their information has lead to the indictment of Jennifer Brown, 31, of Crossville. Brown was indicted by the Cumberland County grand jury last week on one count of theft over $10,000.
The 13th District Attorney General requested a TBI investigation after an internal audit at the First National Bank of Tennessee, located 1386 North Main Street in Crossville, conducted in August revealed missing money. Authorities say Brown was a teller at the bank and came up short approximately $26,000 in her drawer. Brown was terminated from her position at the bank.
Brown was taken into custody and booked into the Cumberland County jail on $15,000 bond.
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