Oklahoma laptop with residents’ personal information stolen

An Oklahoma Health Department laptop containing about 133,000 Oklahomans’ personal information was stolen April 6 from a worker’s locked car in Yukon.

BY SONYA COLBERG Published: April 13, 2011
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A state Health Department laptop containing about 133,000 Oklahomans’ personal information was stolen from a worker’s locked car in Yukon.

Someone broke the passenger window of the car as it was parked outside a Yukon restaurant April 6 and took a black backpack containing the laptop.

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Getting help
The Health Department will help with identity protection services and has a question-and-answer section at www.ok.gov/health. Questions may be sent to the Health Department at contactosdha

@health.ok.gov or called in to (866) 278-7134.

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