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Nearly $32,000 stolen from car dealership's bank account

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JONESBORO, AR (KAIT) -

In the span of five months, someone stole nearly $32,000 from a Jonesboro car dealership’s bank account, police said.

A bookkeeper with Central Chevrolet, 3207 Stadium Blvd., reported the unauthorized withdrawals on Tuesday.

She said the dealership’s bank notified them that since Oct. 24, 2016, someone using four different names made 110 unauthorized withdrawals from the account, totaling $31,887.97.

The bookkeeper provided police with 77 pages of bank statements detailing the thefts. 

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