ROCK HILL, S.C. - A bank teller who helped pull off one of the biggest heists in York County history will spend 15 months in prison.
Tina Hall was sentenced Wednesday after pleading guilty last year.
She said her boss -- Dionna Lowery -- manipulated her into the thefts.
The two replaced bigger bills with smaller ones for months and got away with more than $360,000 from a Wells Fargo on Cherry Road.
Lowery is already serving 18 months in prison.
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