If you are not the owner, you are not the victim of the alleged crime and, as such, don't have standing to pursue criminal charges.
The use of business cards for personal use is between the person(s) using the cards and the owner of the business. If you believe this is contrary to the business interests, your only remedy is to bring it to the owner's attention. He may already know about it and may have turned a blind eye.
Other than that, your only option is to walk away from what may be a dysfunctional office environment.
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Attorney Morgan nailed it. The business has a right to forgive or even ratify these expenditures. If the business complains, your question might matter. If it does not, then there is no issue except the accounting snafu and arguably a tax based one as well. If you've come across it because you are the one doing the books, I would say that you have a duty to report it with appropriate notes on how this could cause business issues of that sort. I would not suggest speculation about worst case scenarios and potential criminal cases. Even if it was a regular employee, those options would be for upper management to explore.
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