(Bloomberg) -- A former supervisor working for the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency downloaded confidential information on portable computer storage devices that haven’t yet been recovered, the agency said Friday in a statement.

Before retirement, the employee downloaded “more than 10,000 records” about the regulator’s activities and some personal information about staff members, the OCC said. The November 2015 breach by the unidentified supervisor was discovered last month in a review of agency security matters, and the former employee was unable to find and turn over the devices.

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