Thieves steal ISMA member data

The Indiana State Medical Association says thieves may have stolen your personal information. 

The ISMA says more than 39,000 people could be affected state wide.

The doctors organization says two backup archive hard drives were stolen on February 13th. They say it happened while an employee was transporting them to an off site location.

Information on those hard drives included emails, addresses, phone numbers, health insurance information and social security numbers.

The ISMA is based in Indianapolis, where local police are investigating the theft.  

The organization says every customer affected has a letter either in their mailbox now or on the way. 

If you are one of them, they are offering you a free year of credit monitoring and repair services to all of its customers. You can also call the following number for assistance: 888-774-3252. 
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