Soldiers in Iraq notified of possible identity theft

Friday, 30 September 2005, 2:57 AM EST

hile fighting in Iraq, Army Sgt. Steven Behr suddenly found himself vulnerable at home.

Four computer hard drives containing soldiers' Social Security numbers and other personal records were stolen from Fort Carson - a crime that could expose Behr to identity theft.

At Security Pipeline.

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