EMU students accused of stealing personal information may have filed false tax returns

The former Eastern Michigan University students who are accused of stealing the personal information of 58 people may have filed false tax returns. School officials say they are still not sure how the information that was stolen was used. However, six people have contacted the university saying the IRS rejected their tax returns because their social security number was used on another filing. The identity of the suspects or where they worked at EMU has not been released. (MRN)

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