A Florida man is accused of using company checks from his employer to buy $5.4 million worth of postage stamps that were then resold through another company.
Duane Allen Sikes, 64, has been indicted on charges of mail fraud and fund embezzlement.
The indictment says Sikes worked in the mailroom at a Jacksonville credit union and carried out the scheme for more than 20 years.
According to records, the company provided weekly checks addressed to the "U.S. Postmaster" for Sikes to buy company postage. Every other week, Sikes allegedly bought stamps that were shipped to a New York-based stamp company that sold them at below market value.
Sikes received stamp sale proceeds totaling $3.6 million.
It's unclear if he has a lawyer.