Seven indicted for stealing army fuel

29 September 2016
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A Thessaloniki prosecutor has indicted seven people, including a senior army officer, to stand trial on charges of stealing fuel from a pipeline used by the Greek military and selling it for a profit.

The members of the alleged racket are believed to have stolen nearly 294,762 liters of fuel worth some 300,000 euros.

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