Blood Bank’s computer stolen

Jim Mendoza reports:

Honolulu police are on the lookout for thieves who stole a laptop computer from the Blood Bank of Hawaii that held personal information on nearly 40,000 deferred donors.

The crime happened on March 29 at the organization’s Dillingham Donor Center.

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Information stored in one of the laptops included donors’ names, birth dates, and the last four digits of their Social Security numbers.

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