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Armored car employee charged in $7.4 million heist

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Roger Lee Dillon, an employee of armored car company AT Systems International, allegedly coordinated a complicated heist from a company garage in Liberty late last year.

Retail receipts from Thanksgiving weekend sales were the targets. Dillon had security clearance and used a pass code to deactivate alarms, reactivating them after the alleged theft. He is charged with cleaning out two safes loaded with cash and checks from the holiday weekend, and then driving to West Virginia, where he and two female accomplices were arrested.

Advice: Employee crime can strike any organization, and computer security is one key to preventing it. Update computer passwords and facility security systems to prevent access by former employees.

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