UK: Addresses and signatures taken from St Albans council offices

Alex Lewis reports:

Four laptops containing the personal details and signatures of more than 14,000 St Albans people have been stolen from the district counil, the Review can reveal.

District council officials realised last week that a laptop containing the names, addresses and dates of birth of 14,673 people – everyone who applied for a postal vote for June’s local election – was missing.

They believe it was taken by the same opportunistic thief responsible for the disappearance from the council offices of three other laptops earlier this month.

The signatures are viewable as the laptop includes scanned postal vote application forms.

Read more in the St. Albans & Harpenden Review.

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