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<font face="verdana" size="1" color =#CC0000><b>* New * </b></font> Computer stolen from Democratic Party headquarters in Columbus


COLUMBUS Someone broke into the Ohio Democratic Party headquarters earlier this week and stole a computer and Blackberry belonging to party chairman Denny White.

A police report says the burglary occurred between 9 p.m. June 27 and 9 a.m. June 28.

The police report says one or more people apparently climbed up a wall to a second-story window that was not locked. The party headquarters is located at 271 East State St., which is three blocks from the Statehouse.

The items belonging to Mr. White were a Dell computer valued at $800, a flat-screen monitor valued at $250, and a $250 Blackberry.

A Columbus Police Department evidence technician responded, processed the scene, and lifted several prints of value.

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