Rand Paul’s New Hampshire Campaign Headquarters Burglarized

The building where a bureau is had suffered other break-ins progressing in a week, debate staff said.

Senator Rand Paul’s New Hampshire Office has been damaged into and robbed, computers with databases and debate files were stolen, according to a Truth in Media.

Computers, iPads, articles and a batch of snacks were taken, officials told WMUR. There are no suspects during this time, though military are stability to investigate.

Manchester Police pronounced a headquarters, located during 50 Bridge St., was damaged into someday between 11 p.m. Tuesday and 8:50 a.m. Wednesday. The Paul debate is operative to establish all of a equipment taken during a break-in.

Manchester military reliable reports of a thievery during a office, though pronounced a full news would not be accessible until during slightest Thursday.

Biundo, reached as he was boarding a craft headed to Iowa for a final voter pull before that state’s caucuses, called a break-in “frustrating”. 

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