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Two Rivers reports stolen personnel files

By THE HERALD-WHIG STAFF
Posted: Jun. 2, 2020 4:30 pm

QUINCY -- A storage trailer that contained personnel and possibly client files was recently stolen from the Two Rivers Regional Council of Public Officials' Adams County office.

The agency said the trailer contained files of previous employees who left before 2017 and possibly client files that could contain personal information before 2017.

Two Rivers said all active files are securely kept in its office and that its staff handles information with professionalism and safety in mind. It is working with local law enforcement to recover the contents of the trailer. Two Rivers also said it was working to make its property more secure.

Anyone concerned about personal data being stolen is encouraged to visit identitytheft.gov for assistance.

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