When store management confronted her, the woman removed $520 from her pocket.

Wal-Mart employee accused of stealing $2,000 from registers

An employee at an Augusta Wal-Mart was arrested Saturday night and accused of pocketing $2,220 in two weeks, the Augusta Chronicle reported.

Brianna Dicks, 22, took the money from her register, according to a Richmond County Sheriff’s Office report. She could be seen on surveillance video numerous times taking cash from her registers and placing it in her pockets, the Chronicle reported.

When store management confronted her Saturday night, she took $520 from her pocket, the sheriff’s report stated. A security camera review of her activities showed her taking $250 from a register on Nov. 23, $400 on Nov. 24, $200 on Nov. 25, $550 on Nov. 27 and $100 from three different registers on Nov. 28.

Dicks was taken into custody late Saturday and charged with theft by taking, the paper reported.

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