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Break-in, burglary reported at Stoney for RVA campaign office

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Posted at 11:59 AM, Oct 13, 2020
and last updated 2020-10-13 11:59:41-04

RICHMOND, Va. -- A break-in and burglary was reported Tuesday at Mayor Levar Stoney's Stoney for RVA campaign office in Jackson Ward, Campaign Manager Kevin Zeithaml confirms.

Zeithaml says the Richmond Police Department was called to investigate the break-in and burglary and the investigation is ongoing.

There is no word on damage or what was taken at this time.

"We will release more information as it becomes available," said Zeithaml. "While it's our hope that this crime was not politically motivated, it underscores the need for a more civil political discourse as we close out this election cycle."

CBS 6 has reached out to Richmond Police for more information and are waiting to hear back.

Anyone with information that can assist the Richmond Police is asked to contact Det. Patricia Bruington at 804-646-6619.