Follow-up: Still no word on New Haven city laptop stolen in May

Jordan Fenster reports that a computer stolen in May has not been recovered:

Three months after a computer containing the personal information of thousands of city residents was stolen from a public library, the information has not been recovered and no arrests have been made.

On May 18, a laptop used by an employee for the city’s Elderly Services Department was stolen from the Mitchell Branch Library. Contained in the laptop’s memory was the personal information — names, addresses, Social Security numbers, dates of birth and other tidbits — of 21,000 participants in the state’s Rent Rebate program.

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