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A New Jersey security guard’s first day on the job was also his last after he allegedly stole $100,000 out of his own company’s armored truck.

The Fairfield Police Department said Larry Brooks was caught on security camera stealing $100,000 in cash from a truck belonging to Garda, an armored car company for which he’d just started working.

The Fairfield Police Department said New Jersey security guard, Larry Brooks, was caught on security camera stealing $100,000 in cash from a truck belonging to Garda, an armored car company for which he’d just started working.

Garda security officers recovered $85,900 of the money from a car the next day. It’s not known what happened to the rest of the money.

Police charged Brooks with second degree theft. The Essex County Prosecutor’s Office told CNN, as of Tuesday afternoon, it did not appear Brooks had retained representation.

CNN has reached out to Garda for comment but hasn’t heard back.