Another laptop. Another car. Another “gah” moment.

Arizona-based Vision Quest provides services for youth in five states, including Maryland.

In a letter sent to the Maryland Attorney General’s Office, Vision Quest reported that a laptop stolen from an employee’s car  on June 7 contained client information such as’ names, addresses, Social Security Numbers,  dates of birth, DJS number, and encounter information.   I’m not 100% sure, but I would guess that in this context, DJS refers to Maryland’s Department of Juvenile Services.

According to the letter, 208 Maryland residents had data on the stolen laptop.  The total number of affected individuals is not known.

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