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Macy's Worker Stole Nearly $3K, Prosecutors Say

By Nicholas Rizzi | October 20, 2016 9:45am

NEW SPRINGVILLE — A Macy's worker who previously stole radiators from junkyards while high was arrested again after diverted nearly $3,000 to his personal bank account, prosecutors said.

Bryan Bianco, 19, who worked at the Macy's in the Staten Island Mall, made six cash credits to his personal account from Oct. 12 to Oct. 13 totaling $2,875, prosecutors said.

He was arrested on Oct. 14 after a worker noticed the money missing from the register and caught Bianco on surveillance camera adding the credits, according to his criminal complaint.

Bianco was charged with grand larceny, criminal possession of stolen property and petit larceny at his arraignment, the Staten Island District Attorney's office said.

Bianco was previously arrested in 2014 after he broke into two Staten Island scrap yards and stole radiators, catalytic converters and copper pipes, the Staten Island Advance reported.

"I took a few radiators while I was high," Bianco told police when he arrested in 2014, according to the Advance.

He eventually pleaded guilty to burglary for the thefts and was arrested again that year after he broke into an apartment in Mariners Harbor, the Advance reported.

For his latest arrest, Bianco's bail was set at $3,000 and he's due back in court on Thursday, according to online court records.

His lawyer could not be reached for comment.