How delete an app that is locked?

How delete an app that is locked?

I no longer use CrashPlan, but can not delete it, since it's locked. (Mac)

CrashPlan Locked
I can not log in since the account is gone.

I do seem to be able to access CrashPlan Service Preferences, but doubt they would do anything since there is no connection to the host.

Suggestions?
newbiewebSr. Software EngineerAsked:
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John WillettSr. Infrastructure Systems AnalystCommented:
You will need to take ownership of the file/app using sudo from a terminal window.  Here is a good example from the Apple community:

https://discussions.apple.com/thread/1442158

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