(NBC6 Miami) - A man from Hollywood is accused of hacking into the computers of a Western Union, and stealing $32,000 using a USB with infected malware, police said.

According to NBC6, Vasile Savu, is facing numerous charges, including grand theft and identity fraud.

Investigators believe Savu walked into the Western Union and asked an employee to print out his flight itinerary from his thumb drive.

According to an affidavit, the drive had malware which distorted the computers and allowed Savu remote access to the computers.



Savu is accused of stealing $32,000 and for also trying to hack the computers at an Opa-locka Western Union, where employees recognized him and called police.

Savu appeared in bond court Thursday, where a judge set his bond to $7,500 and ordered house arrest. Savu, who is originally from Romania, was also ordered to give up his passport.