The issue presented of first impression was whether a PIN code is “property” for purposes of a kidnapping for extortion conviction. Cases and statutes define the term “property” in the context of theft-based offenses as the exclusive right to use or possess a thing or the exclusive ownership of a thing. A PIN is a code number that operates as a means of account access. Thus, the PIN is property because it implies the right to use that access code and to access the funds in the related bank account by means of that code. The PIN code can be characterized as intangible property.