Ca: Police notifying hundreds of people about potential privacy breach

Reid Southwick reports:

Calgary police are attempting to notify up to 400 people that their privacy may have been breached after five service-issued notepads were stolen from an off-duty officer’s vehicle.

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Police made no mention of the stolen notebooks until Monday, more than five weeks after the initial theft.

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The stolen notebooks could contain dates of birth, home addresses and driver’s licence numbers, among other personal information, police said.

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