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Law Enforcement Seizes Devices as Part of Probe Into Voter Data Theft

Law enforcement officers two days after the Nov. 3 election served a search warrant on a home in Arizona and took computers and other items as part of a probe into the theft of voter data.

The warrant said officers were seeking to seize all computers, tablets, and other electronic devices that could be used as a means to commit violations of federal law prohibiting computer intrusion and conspiracy to commit computer intrusion.

The seized devices would then be searched for records relating to such violations, which allegedly occurred between Oct. 21 and Nov. 4.

Investigators were searching for information relating to login credentials, accounts, or other access to computer networks at an unidentified office, as well as voter registration records.

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