By Donna Willis
Aug 29, 2008
REYNOLDSBURG, Ohio -- One school district's students' personal
information might have been compromised after a district employee's
laptop was stolen.
NBC 4's Tom Brockman talked to Reynoldsburg City Schools Assistant
Superintendent Dan Hoffman Friday morning to get answers.
A laptop computer that contained the names, addresses, phone numbers and
Social Security numbers of 4,259 district students was stolen over the
weekend, according to Hoffman. He said it was stolen out of a district
computer tech's car.
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