TRUMP San Antonio Campaign Office Burglarized – Suspect Captured
Donald Trump met with several San Antonio police officers during a recent visit.
The officers were later disciplined by the police chief for wearing MAGA hats.
On Wednesday a burglar was arrested trying to break into the Trump San Antonio campaign office.
FOX San Antonio reported:
Police confirmed they were investigating a burglary at local offices used by the Donald Trump campaign.
According to the San Antonio Police Department, an off-duty officer working security at the building located near Loop 410 and Harry Wurzbach Road found someone trying to break into an office.
The officer detained the suspect and called for police at about 5:30 a.m. Investigators believe the same suspect was burglarizing other buildings in the area.
One of the offices the burglar tried to break into is an office used by the Trump campaign. It was unclear whether the suspect was able to get inside or whether anything was taken. Charges against the suspect are pending.
Later, a spokesperson for the San Antonio Police Department said it did not appear the attempted break-in was politically motivated. Officers said the suspect has a history of breaking into buildings and there was no evidence he knew the office he was targeting was being used by the Trump campaign.
Just days ago, Donald Trump stopped by the offices to meet the local workers who are working on his campaign.