10 Greater Cleveland residents charged with bank fraud, identity theft

Donna J. Miller reports:

Ten people from Greater Cleveland are accused of stealing a total of $207,000 from six banks in a scheme that involved an assistant bank manager and a salesman who supplied local businesses with cash registers and credit card machines.

They were charged Friday with bank fraud and aggravated identity theft based on a Secret Service investigation. The affected banks are Charter One, Dollar, Fifth Third, First Merit, Key and PNC.

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