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story.lead_photo.caption Brandon Rhea, 22, of Ward

An Arkansas man is accused of stealing $10,000 from his employer's ATM bag and then returning the money when he got caught earlier this month, according to a police report.

Little Rock officers were sent to Loomis Armored U.S., a cash distribution business, at 1300 S. Chester St. after getting a call Monday that someone had stolen from the business, according to a police report.

District Manager Jonathan Rollins told officers that one of their ATMs was serviced April 4 and came up $10,000 short. After he investigated the theft, Rollins concluded that an employee, 22-year-old Brandon Rhea of Ward, took the cash from an ATM bag a few days before, the manager reportedly told police.

Rollins said he then spoke with Rhea, who brought the entire $10,000 back to the company, according to the report.

Rhea was arrested at the Little Rock Loomis location on a felony theft of property charge and was initially being held without bail. He was not listed as an inmate at the Pulaski County jail Tuesday morning, according to online records.

A court date is scheduled for April 24.

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