What happened and what information was involved:On the nighttime of sep 26, 2017, a thief broke into the back of the office building in Northridge, California.The building security alarms went off and the Los Angeles police Department was dispatched. There is video of the thief in the offices and prints were recovered. However, before the first officers arrived, the thief stole a number of items from various offices in the building. Unfortunately, he stole two old computers from my offices. The computers contained tax information from 2012 and prior year tax returns that i had prepared. The data on the computers contained your personal information, including your name(s), address, Social Security number(s) and date of birth. It also included dependent information including name, social security number and date of birth. (For business clients, the data would have included federal identification numbers.) Your assess return info regarding income amounts andsources was also contained on the computers. If you were having your refunds directly deposited into your bank account, the bank account information would experience been on one computer. Otherwise, your financial account numbers would not be piece of the information stored. Copies of your W-2s and other financial documents were not scanned onto the computers. please keep in mind that the info stolen was from 2012 and prior income assess returns.