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TWIN FALLS -- A man who worked as a technician for an automatic teller machine security company is charged with stealing more than $10,000 from an ATM at the College of Southern Idaho in Twin Falls.

The Times-News reports 36-year-old Dustin Daniel Gardner of Twin Falls was charged Friday with grand theft. He has not entered a plea.

Police began investigating in March after National Cash Register Global Security reported a large shortage of cash from an ATM in the Taylor Building at CSI.

Charging documents say an audit by NCR determined the shortage was $10,440 over the course of just over a year, including a $2,800 theft in December 2012. Court records say at the time of each theft, Gardner had requested a code to access the machine.

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