Citigroup Theft Fails to Ignite Federal Investigation

In the shadows of the glittering towers of Wall Street there lurk the little people, and from them comes the story of one Samuel Sanders, a Citigroup mailroom employee who was arrested yesterday for stealing . . . office supplies. Sanders thought he was being super-clever when he ordered 1,000 extra Canon toner cartridges on Citigroup’s account and resold them online, but he was no match for his eagle-eyed co-workers, who caught him stuffing them into company Fed Ex boxes. The most tragic part? The cartridges were valued at $50,000, but Sanders only got $14,500 online, making this what must be the least profitable white-collar crime ever.

Police Blotter [NYPost]