- Associated Press - Wednesday, April 13, 2016

OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) - Personal information of some current and former Olympia School District employees has been stolen by someone posing as the district’s superintendent.

The district said in a statement Wednesday that a person pretending to be the superintendent over email requested and was given an extensive list of employee names, addresses, salary information and Social Security numbers. The list had information from 2,164 employees who received a W-2 tax form for 2015.

School officials have contacted police and technology staff is gathering information that may aid the investigation. The district says it will help employees monitor their finances.

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