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Bank restores stolen funds to 112-year-old veteran’s account
Richard Overton, the oldest living World War II veteran, found himself the victim of identity theft and fraud when his entire life savings was drained from his bank account. TODAY’s Craig Melvin reports that Bank of America has since restored all of the 112-year-old’s stolen funds as officials continue to look for the suspect.
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