A former bank teller accused of stealing from customers' accounts will not be in court for another month.
An agent appeared on behalf of Rebecca Tucker last Friday (Aug. 11) in Drumheller Provincial Court.
The 36 year old was arrested by RCMP after more than $40,000 went missing from customers' accounts at ATB Financial in Drumheller. All of the victims were senior citizens.
She's charged with 16 counts of fraud and 13 more of drawing a document without the authority to do so.
Tucker reserved her plea through her agent and the matter was set over until September 15.

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