(Hawaii) About 3,000 Oahu postal employees received letters in the mail this weekend warning them that their personal information may be compromised.
The employees’ names, Social Security numbers and other information were on a laptop computer that was stolen in August.
So far, there is no indication the thief was able to access the employees’ information, U.S. Postal Service spokesman Duke Gonzales said.
An employee called KITV concerned about why it took so long for the postal service to issue an alert.
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