Ron Paul’s Norfolk campaign HQ burgled in Norfolk

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February 2, 2012

10:18 PM

Police are investigating a burglary at Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul’s Virginia office in Norfolk. Six pre-paid cell phones and a television were reported stolen. The estimated value of the items is $265. So far, Paul has launched his state campaign with headquarters in Newport News, while rival Mitt Romney has not yet opened an office in the Commonwealth. Both candidates will compete in the Virginia primary March 6.

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Senior Staff Writer Walter Hickey '12 is an Applied Mathematics major from Harriman, N.Y. He was previously Online Editor.