PORTLAND, Maine — A 41-year-old Harpswell woman was sentenced Wednesday to three months in prison and then three months of home confinement after she embezzled more than $100,000 while serving as head bank teller at a Bank of Maine branch in Brunswick.

Camden National Bank has since completed its acquisition of the Bank of Maine.

Cecile Roux also was sentenced to three years supervised release, according to a release from the U.S. Attorney’s office.

Chief Judge Nancy Torresen ordered Roux to pay $107,995.84 in restitution for the crime, which according to court documents occurred between April 2012 and August 2015.

Roux pleaded guilty Nov. 20, 2015, to transferring the funds in 92 unauthorized transactions from a customer’s account into her own account.

Roux faced a maximum sentence of 30 years in prison and a $1 million fine.

Her attorney, James A. Clifford, requested a sentence of 10 days, half in community confinement, along with restitution and supervised release, according to court documents.

According to the release, Torresen noted the amount of money embezzled and the lengthy period of time of which the criminal activity occurred caused great harm to the bank, the customer and the public’s trust.

According to the release, Torresen also considered Roux’s lack of criminal history, her prompt admission to wrongdoing, her level of remorse and her particular family circumstances in determining her sentence.

According to a presentence report filed by Clifford, Roux is the primary caretaker for two children and cares for her mother. She embezzled the funds because of personal financial debt, he wrote.

The investigation was conducted by the FBI and the Brunswick Police Department.