Patients warned of data theft after burglary at Mill Valley doctor’s office

Will Jason reports:

Patients at a Mill Valley medical office have been warned that credit card numbers and other personal information may have been compromised after a computer was stolen in a recent burglary.

“Many of our patient’s (sic) personal data was stolen including credit card information,” Dr. Morgan Camp wrote in an email sent to patients Sunday. “If you had a credit card on file with us, we have been advised to tell you to cancel it.”

The computer was discovered missing the morning of June 6 by an employee at Camp’s office at 125 Camino Alto, police said.

The employee arrived at work to find papers and equipment strewn about the floor and drawers left open, but no sign of forced entry, said Mill Valley police Sgt. Paul Wrapp.

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