Anchorage police are investigating a break-in at the campaign headquarters of U.S. Rep. Don Young. No arrests have been made, and the campaign told police that it didn’t appear as if anything was taken.
The break-in occurred early Monday morning, and police were notified by an alarm. When officers arrived at 2504 Fairbanks Street, site of the Young headquarters, they found a rear door had been forced open and an exterior light had been broken. Those details were confirmed by Truman Reed, Young’s campaign manager.
“To the best of my knowledge, there is nothing of consequence missing. We believe that our alarm system scared them away,” Reed said.
According to the department, a team of officers searched the building and found no one inside.
Reed said a neighbor’s security camera indicated there were two people involved.
“At this time, we have no idea who the perpetrators were or what they were looking for,” Reed said in an email.