Dakota County medical examiner investigator’s laptop stolen

Sarah Homer reports:

A computer containing photographs of crime scenes and dead bodies was stolen earlier this month from a medical examiner investigator, according to Roseville police.

The personal Toshiba laptop belongs to 25-year-old Navid Amini, a medical examiner investigator for Regina Medical Center, home to the Minnesota Regional Medical Examiner’s Office, which conducts medical examines in Dakota, Chisago and Goodhue counties.

It was stolen from Amini’s Toyota Rav4 when his car was parked in Roseville’s Central Park parking lot Aug. 8, according to Roseville Police Lt. Lorne Rosand. The laptop is not password protected, Rosand said.

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