Denver International Airport says it will fully cooperate with authorities who are looking into stolen credit card information recorded at Denver International Airport.
D.I.A. officials say three backup computer tapes have been missing for ten days ago.
The information contains seven year's worth of credit card data from people who park at the airport lots.
The tapes have credit card numbers and expiration dates, but not cardholders' names.
Airport spokesman Steve Snyder said that officials want to know how the tapes went missing and how to prevent it from happening again.
The contractor that operates the lots says it would be hard to use the information because of the numerous security codes.
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