The campaign headquarters of Republican presidential contender Mitt Romney was burglarized over the weekend and a television and computers stolen.
A campaign spokesman for the former Massachusetts governor described the crime as "a routine burglary" and did not believe it was politically motivated.
"Several laptops and a TV were stolen," said campaign spokesman Eric Fehrnstrom. "All the computers are password-enabled and the hard drives are encrypted. The only thing they're good for is parts."
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