(Bloomberg) — BP Plc double dipped by taking a total of more than $33 million from an Ohio compensation fund and insurers to clean up leaks from underground storage tanks, according to the state's attorney general.

Attorney General Mike DeWine and Ohio's Petroleum Underground Storage Tank Release Compensation Board sued London-based BP's North American affiliate on Monday in a state court in Columbus, demanding restitution.

"BP has to follow the same rules as other businesses and can't engage in misconduct without consequence," DeWine said in a statement announcing the filing.

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