Paul campaign office burglarized

Police say the New Hampshire headquarters of Sen. Rand Paul’s presidential campaign were burglarized.
The thieves struck between 11 p.m. Tuesday and 8:30 a.m. Wednesday, when a campaign worker showed up to open the office. Computers, iPads and other items were taken, according to campaign officials. The Paul campaign is working to determine all of the items taken during the break-in.
Manchester police said that they have increased patrols around candidate offices in the city in recent weeks following incidents in Massachusetts, where Donald Trump’s office was vandalized.