MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) —Congressman Dean Phillips says his Metro campaign office was burglarized. The incident took place overnight at the congressman’s Minnetonka office.

Phillips posted a photo of the break-in on his Twitter account Sunday morning.

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The congressman says thieves have also been stealing campaign signs from supporters’ lawns across the district.

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Phillips tweeted that the perpetrators’ “disregard for law and stoking of fear and disorder, only increases my resolve.”

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Phillips will face Republican challenger Kendall Qualls in Minnesota’s 3rd Congressional District race this November.