DFL headquarters broken into for second time
By Candice Dehnbostel
The Minnesota DFL headquarters in St. Paul was burglarized Tuesday night or Wednesday morning, reported the Pioneer Press.
The DFL’s interim communications director, Nick Kimball, said someone crawled through a window and stole a laptop from executive director Andrew O’Leary’s office between 6:30 p.m. Tuesday and 6:45 a.m. Wednesday, reported the Star Tribune.
Kimball said the intruder did not access any donor information, according to The Associated Press.
Another laptop was stolen in the middle of night between March 17 and 18, reported The Associated Press, during a previous break-in.