REGINA - A report released by the province this week shows that between July and September, the Saskatchewan government discovered almost $40,000 in losses from fraud, fake cheques and theft.
A person working at SaskTel helped steal 14 cell phones in September, worth more than $6,000.
The employee was fired and SaskTel is now undertaking civil action.
More than $21,000 was stolen from the Ministry of Justice over two years through an employee at an organization in the community.
That person was making fake payments through a victims' fund that was administered by the Ministry.
In July almost $2,000 was stolen from the Heartland Health Region when an employee stole the money through vacation input to go into their pension account.
For seven months in 2011 a Highways employee handed in fake time reports adding up to $6,000.
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