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Intel Briefing – April 2013

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Phony cop robs Sandy man.
A man was bound and tied up while his home was robbed after he allowed an individual that presented phony police identification into his home March 8. Several other people entered the Sandy, Utah home once the fake cop entered and assisted in the burglary.

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Owner of scrap yard is charged after remains of stolen buses found.
Eight school buses, equipped with GPS tracking devices, were taken from Sunshine Transportation’s parking lot and found in pieces at a metal scrapping and auto parts dismantling yard in Chicago. Authorities found the owner hiding in the ceiling tiles after several hours and charged him felony possession of a title or registration that was not rightfully his own.

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Subaru recalls 47K vehicles that could start on their own.
Subaru announced the recall of 47,419 Legacy and Outback vehicles from model years 2010-2013, Impreza vehicles from 2012, and XV Crosstek vehicles from 2013 due to their remote starters potentially starting the vehicle on their own.

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New iPhone app may be fishing for feds’ TSP info.
A third-party iPhone app launched February 19 has led to officials warning military personnel of potential leaks of financial information after installing the application.
Authorities believe the app may be targeting personnel in order to obtain information regarding their Thrift Savings Plan government retirement accounts.

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