A KeyMe kiosk stands at the entrance of the Rite Aid store at 2101 S St. in midtown Sacramento. It can copy a key on-site and store a digital copy of a key in the cloud.
A KeyMe kiosk stands at the entrance of the Rite Aid store at 2101 S St. in midtown Sacramento. It can copy a key on-site and store a digital copy of a key in the cloud. Mark Glover mglover@sacbee.com
A KeyMe kiosk stands at the entrance of the Rite Aid store at 2101 S St. in midtown Sacramento. It can copy a key on-site and store a digital copy of a key in the cloud. Mark Glover mglover@sacbee.com

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November 10, 2016 02:22 PM

UPDATED November 12, 2016 06:19 PM

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