Warrant issued for man accused of stealing from District of Lillooet

Peter Robert Hunt is facing one count each of fraud over $5,000 and using a stolen credit card

A warrant has been issued for a Kamloops man accused of using a corporate credit card to steal thousands of dollars from an Interior B.C. municipality.

Peter Robert Hunt is facing one count each of fraud over $5,000 and using a stolen credit card.

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The 44-year-old was charged earlier this month, but the allegations date back nearly a year, according to court documents.

The documents state Hunt stole more than $5,000 from the District of Lillooet over a six-day period in January 2018. The offences are alleged to have taken place in Kamloops.

A warrant for Hunt’s arrest was issued on Dec. 13.

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