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    Police are searching for a laptop stolen from a Secret Service agent on Thursday. The laptop contained floor plans and evacuation protocols for Trump Tower, details on the investigation of Hillary Clinton’s emails and other ‘sensitive’ information.

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    The Secret Service issued a statement assuring the public that their laptops are heavily encrypted and do not contain classified information, and that an investigation is ongoing. They are cooperating with the NYPD to recover the laptop and catch the thief.

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