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Comptroller: Connecticut lost $120K to fraud, $160K to malicious acts last fiscal year

State Comptroller Sean Scanlon issued the state's first-ever loss report.

Emily Knapton

Oct 11, 2023, 4:45 PM

Updated 281 days ago

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State Comptroller Sean Scanlon issued the state's first-ever loss report.
It details all state property that went missing or was destroyed over the last fiscal year.
The report finds that property that originally cost the state $4.9 million was either lost or stolen.
The report found most of the losses were accidental damages, but the state did lose nearly $120,000 to fraud and nearly $160,000 to malicious acts.


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