Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Larry LaRocco’s campaign headquarters in Boise was broken into over the weekend, but apparently nothing was stolen. The campaign reported that Boise Police are investigating the break-in, which occurred mid-day, just past noon on Saturday. “We will not know whether this was a politically motivated break-in or just a random act of senseless violence until the Boise police conclude their investigation,” said Bob Stout, campaign manager. “We would like to thank the police for their prompt and professional work.” The break-in caused $200 in damage to the office’s front door and frame. The campaign office is the only office in the building, which is festooned with LaRocco for Senate campaign signs.
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