IN: Sensitive information stolen from little league players

Heather MacWilliams reports:

Columbus, Ind.— Employees of the Columbus Parks and Recreation Department worked late into the night Wednesday calling the parents of nearly 100 kids who’s most personal information is now in the hands of a complete stranger.

It happened after little league manager Jeremy Hurd’s car was broken into while he was shopping at the Hobby Town on Indianapolis’ south side. Inside the car was a folder containing the players dates of birth, phone numbers, home addresses and other sensitive information.

Read more on FOX59. The Coach Pitch American Division Babe Ruth Baseball League in Columbus is the league whose players are affected. Neither the written report nor the video on the news site specifically mention whether Social Security Numbers are involved.

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