Local authorities in Manchester, N.H. say Kentucky Sen. [crscore]Rand Paul[/crscore]’s headquarters was robbed between 11 p.m. Tuesday and 8:30 a.m. Wednesday, WMUR ABC News 9 reports.
A campaign worker who opened the office Wednesday morning discovered the break-in. The back door to the office was visibly forced open.
Computers, iPads, articles and a stock of snacks were taken, officials told WMUR.
“These are tools that we use every day to manage our data, look up voter data and contact our supporters online,” Matt Chisholm, Paul’s New Hampshire communications director, told WMUR.
With the Granite State’s primary 12 days away, the campaign said no sensitive information was taken, however, and that the stolen items will be replaced.
Manchester police told WMUR that there are more patrols around candidates’ offices as a result of incidents in Massachusetts, where Donald Trump’s office was vandalized.