Not too long ago I was passing time with a local real estate attorney before he was to close a deal I was working on. We traded a couple of stories about this and that when I mentioned the name of a former head honcho at a Key West bank. The lawyer's ears perked up. I knew the bank officer was let go after the bank where he worked was closed by the FDIC. The FDIC often keep the big shots and operations managers to maintain institutional knowledge.
The lawyer told me the acquiring bank kept the former honcho for a short time and and then sacked him for theft. Not money. Toilet paper. Banks keep meticulous records on money. Apparently they keep tabs on toilet paper as well.