MANCHESTER, N.H., Jan. 27 (UPI) -- A staffer at the Manchester, N.H., campaign office for Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., reported a break-in Wednesday.
Michael Biundo, national adviser for Paul's campaign, tweeted in the morning about the break-in.
"Going to Iowa today for the final caucus push and now I am dealing with our New Hampshire for .@RandPaul office being broken into," he wrote, though didn't specify what, if anything, was taken.
Manchester police confirmed reports of a burglary at the office, but said a full report would not be available until at least Thursday.
The campaign has yet to comment on the incident.