By Anica Padilla

BOULDER, Colo. (CBS4) – A former teller at a U.S. Bank location in Boulder reportedly stole over $27,000 from customers’ accounts. Investigators say Brianne Gypin, 34, admitted to making dozens of withdrawals, over a period of six months, by creating debit cards and forging checks.

Brianne Katie Gypin (credit: Boulder County Sheriff)

According to the affidavit, Gypin confessed to using the funds to pay her rent, make purchases, and pay for a trip to Disney World.

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Gypin is charged with theft between $20,000 and $100,000, four counts of forgery, four counts of identity theft, two counts of at-risk exploitation, two counts of at-risk theft, attempted at-risk theft, attempted theft and attempted at-risk exploitation, according to court records.

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Bank officials were alerted when several suspicious checks alerted by the bank were either processed by Gypin or made out to Gypin.

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Gypin posted a $5,000 personal recognizance bond and is due in court for a preliminary hearing on March 11.

Anica Padilla