Published: 00:01, 03 September 2014 |
Updated: 05:54, 03 September 2014
A Whitstable driver took his bosses for a ride and fleeced them out of nearly £7,000 of fuel - which he sold to his mates at cut-down prices.
Paul Hagerty, 49, was employed by a company that provided vehicles to transport patients to and from hospitals.
Canterbury Crown Court heard how he was given a fuel card by his bosses which enabled him to pay for diesel from service stations.
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