Most identity theft cases never get resolved

Monday, 20 June 2005, 12:32 PM EST

Once a fairly infrequent occurrence, assaults on identities are coming now in waves, and from all corners.

Thugs are raiding mailboxes for personal information, and turning Starbucks gift cards into fake IDs. Unscrupulous employees are stealing private data about their colleagues, then going on shopping sprees. White-collar criminals are running sophisticated identity theft rings, sometimes global in scope.

At the Tyler Morning Telegraph.

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