If you have a garage, attic or closet filled with old bank statements, tax records or receipts, you are a sitting duck for identity theft.
Police say burglars are increasingly taking papers with personal information on them during break-ins. They can use that information to get credit cards or loans or checking accounts.
Once you're a victim, you could spend months, even years trying to clear it up with banks, businesses and the credit bureaus. That's why it's so important to regularly shred papers you no longer need to save.
Police talk to the car owner, who is inside the ambulance after he said he was dragged by his own car.
Tulsa police are looking for a man they say stole a car from someone he was pretending to help.More >>
Tulsa police are looking for a man they say stole a car from someone he was pretending to help. More >>
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