By Chad Sobol, The Spokesman-Review

Sometime last April, a burglar – or maybe more than one burglar – broke into locker No. 326 at a self-storage facility in downtown Olympia. It might have been a mundane crime, if not for the massive number of potential victims.

Forgoing the opportunity to steal some old office furniture, the burglar, or burglars, made off with an 86-pound safe, which contained a hard drive, which in turn contained confidential information on nearly 1.2 million people, including names, Social Security numbers and personal health records.

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