Laptops, electronics stolen from Rand Paul HQ in Manchester; unknown if voter data compromised
MANCHESTER - Police are investigating the theft of electronic equipment from the Rand Paul headquarters late Tuesday or early Wednesday morning.
Matt Chisholm, who works on the campaign, said the theft happened sometime between 11 p.m. and 7 a.m.
A total of four iPads, 2 laptops, several cell phones and Go Pros were taken.
No suspects have been identified as yet, he said.
It is unknown if voter data has been compromised.