Harrisburg, Pa.’s state-appointed receiver has asked the U.S. attorney and Pennsylvania attorney general to examine the incinerator bond deals that left the capital city with more than $300 million of debt that it can’t repay.

David Unkovic, referencing a forensic audit the Harrisburg Authority public works agency released in January, requested U.S. attorney Peter Smith and state Attorney General Linda Kelly on Wednesday to investigate “possible illegal activities” surrounding the bond deals.

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