Bank Teller is Held for Shortage of $2000

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Camden Courier-Post – April 11, 1930

Alleged to have embezzled approximately $2000 from the South Camden branch of the First Camden National Bank and Trust Company, a former teller was held in $3000 bail by U. S. Commissioner Wynn Armstrong yesterday on a Federal warrant.

The accused man is Nelson Lamar, 36, of 445 Kaighn Avenue, an employee of the bank for 17 years. He waived a hearing and was committed to the county jail in default of bail, pending action by the federal grand jury.


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