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Election. Burglary. Political party office.
Police detectives are investigating an overnight burglary at the Seattle headquarters of the Washington state Democratic Party. Someone arriving for work found a broken window and open door and got police involved at 5:30 a.m. Tuesday.
It's not yet known what might have been taken — and police spokesman Mark Jamieson says there's no immediate indication of a political motivation.
He calls it a burglary in a building that happens to house campaign folks.
— Doug Esser — Twitter http://twitter.com/apseattle
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