5 laptops stolen from Alberta Health Services office in Edmonton

The theft occurred during a break and enter at the Coronation Plaza offices near 111th Avenue and 142nd Street in Edmonton on the evening of Jan. 25.

Devices were password-protected, AHS spokesman says

Alberta Health Services would not say what information was on five laptops stolen last month. (Shutterstock)

Five password-protected laptops were stolen from the Edmonton offices of Alberta Health Services last week, police confirmed Thursday.

The theft occurred during a break and enter at the Coronation Plaza offices near 111th Avenue and 142nd Street in Edmonton on the evening of Jan. 25.

The incident was reported to police on Jan. 28.

Alberta Health Services confirmed the theft but did not say what information was on the devices.

Police say no arrests have been made and the laptops have yet to be recovered.

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