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More laptops reported stolen from Ga. doctors

ATLANTA (AP) -- A metro Atlanta physician says his office was broken into as police investigate another break-in at the offices of a group that's been fighting abortion-related bills in the Georgia Legislature.

Dr. Richard Zane of the Atlanta Women's Health Group said his office was broken into earlier this month. He said that laptops were stolen after he visited the State Capitol to listen to debate on House Bill 954, commonly known as the "Fetal Pain Bill."

The Georgia Obstetrical and Gynecological Society reported that two laptops with information about its members were stolen during a recent burglary at its Suwanee offices.

Police haven't said whether they believe the crimes are related to politics, but Zane said he believes they are attempts to intimidate physicians from activities regarding the bill.