AUGUSTA – Maine Secretary of State Charlie Summers said today that it does not appear any personal information was compromised as the result of a security breach in the Central Voter Registration database.

The breach originated in a Millonocket town office clerk’s workstation computer, according to a release.

“As of right now, it appears that no personal information contained in the Central Voter Registration database has been compromised,” Summers said in a release.

“Representatives from my office are working with the Maine State Police Computer Crimes Unit to conduct a forensic examination of the affected computer equipment.  Once I receive a final analysis of that examination, I will be in a better position to offer more information,” he said.

The breach was announced yesterday with few accompanying details.