Steamboat Springs, Colo. (AP) Two Steamboat Springs bank tellers are accused of stealing more than $900,000 from customers' accounts.
Pamela Jean Williams and Terri Dawn Moody Fatka were arrested Thursday.
They face felony charges of theft and forgery. Each faces up to 15 years in prison if convicted.
Police and Routt County Sheriff's deputies began investigating in January after customers at Alpine Bank reported money was missing from their accounts.
Williams and Fatka had worked at Alpine, but the were employed by Bank of the West when they were arrested.
Williams is from Milner and Fatka lives in unincorporated Routt county. Both are 41.
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