• Personal information stolen from Tulsa tax business

    By: Rick Maranon


    TULSA, Okla. - Tulsa Police are urging customers of an east Tulsa tax filing business to begin monitoring and possibly freezing credit after multiple files containing personal information were stolen Tuesday.

    Those who work near the Liberty Tax Service at East 11th and South Memorial told FOX23 they arrived to work Tuesday morning to find tax filings and personal information blowing in the wind in front of the store.

    Pam McMahan, owner of nearby Capps Hair Center, said she saw numerous documents with Social Security numbers, birth dates, home addresses, and other personal information outside the Liberty Tax Service after what appeared to be a burglary.

    Tulsa police confirms that multiple tax filings, customer personal information and banking information was stolen out of a file cabinet.

    Officer Jeanne MacKenzie told FOX23 that no electronics were taken, only paperwork containing sensitive personal information.

    FOX23 reached out to the Liberty Tax Service office that was burglarized, but we were told management was not available at the time.

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