Akyra Hendrickson, Shenia Harrison accused of using stolen information to withdraw thousands from Syosset bank

According to police, Hendrickspon withdrew $8,500 using the personal information from an upstate woman.

The women withdrew $8,500 from bank accounts, according to police.

The women withdrew $8,500 from bank accounts, according to police. (2/7/14)

GREENVALE - Police say two women are accused of using someone's personal information to withdraw thousands from a Nassau County bank. 

Police say Akyra Hendrickson, of Brooklyn, and Shenia Harrison, of Amityville, went into a Wells Fargo Bank in Syosset yesterday. According to police, Hendrickspon withdrew $8,500 using the personal information from an upstate woman. 

Cops say they went to the Greenvale Wells Fargo, but were arrested trying to withdraw more cash. 

Both women are facing grand larceny charges. 

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