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Schenectady man accused of forging stolen money orders

Schenectady man accused of forging stolen money orders

A Schenectady man this summer cashed forged money orders reported stolen in Schenectady burglary, au

A Schenectady man this summer cashed forged money orders reported stolen in Schenectady burglary, authorities said.

Christopher Estinval, 31, of Duane Avenue, faces four counts of second-degree criminal possession of a forged instrument, a felony, along with misdemeanor stolen property possession and petty larceny.

Estinval is accused of cashing forged money orders at the downtown post office four times in June and July. Each of the money orders was reported stolen in an earlier Albany Street burglary, according to papers filed in court.

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