LAPD investigating leak of officials' finance docs (Update)
Mar 11, 2013 by Tami Abdollah
(AP)—Los Angeles police say they are investigating the online posting of private financial records of several celebrities and the department's police chief.
A site posted what appear to be credit reports, Social Security numbers and other private details on Police Chief Charlie Beck, FBI Director Robert Mueller and stars such as Jay-Z and Oscar-winner Mel Gibson.
The site did not state why each person was targeted.
Commander Andrew Smith says private information about high-ranking police officials has been posted at least twice before.
Police suspect the information was taken from what is supposed to be a secure city database.
Credit reports posted on the site for Beck and others were apparently generated last week.
The FBI says it is aware of the site, but would not confirm it is investigating.
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