WICHITA, Kan. (AP) The Kansas Department on Aging is cautioning clients that some of their personal and health information may have been breached.
The agency says paper files, a flash drive and a laptop computer were stolen Jan. 12 from a locked vehicle used by a department employee in Wichita. The files contained information mainly on department clients in Sedgwick, Harvey and Butler counties.
None of the items had been recovered by Thursday afternoon, and the agency says there’s no sign the stolen information had been misused.
The Department on Aging says no banking or driver’s license information was involved. But the stolen data could contain full names, addresses, Social Security and Medicaid information and other personal or protected health information.