Romney's Boston headquarters was burglarized over the weekend.
WASHINGTON (CNN) - A television and eight laptop computers were stolen from Mitt Romney’s presidential campaign headquarters, according to a Boston Police official.
The break-in took place late Sunday night or early Monday morning, campaign spokesman Kevin Madden told CNN
“We won’t comment on anything past that because it is a police investigation,” Madden said. Romney, a former Massachusetts governor now seeking the GOP presidential nomination, main political headquarters is located at 585 Commercial Street. The intruders entered through a third floor window. The building does have 24 hour security and police are now interviewing people on the scene.
It is the second burglary in recent weeks of a presidential hopeful’s office. Sen. Chris Dodd’s, D-Connecticut, Senate office in Hartford was broken into and police have since charged a homeless man with that crime.
- CNN’s Dan Lothian and Lauren Kornreich