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Former bank employee accused of illegally moving $2.4 million

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Facing three charges four years on from alleged crime.

A former bank employee accused of illegally moving $2.4 million out of a customer's account may face more charges, a Sydney court has been told.

Hsin-Yu Tsai faces three charges more than four years after the 31-year-old allegedly withdrew $150,000 from a customer's account and transferred $2.25m into another bank account.

The transferred money then moved through two other accounts before $750,000 ended up in an account wholly controlled by the Sydney bank clerk.

Tsai was not required to appear in Downing Centre Local Court today, where her lawyer Robert Daoud asked the matter be adjourned until February 27.

Police needed time to "ventilate" options on further charges, Mr Daoud said.

Source: 9News

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