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Correction: An earlier version of this story incorrectly attributed a statement from Lt. Kimberly Schneider of the U.S. Capitol Police. She did not make any comment about processing reports.
House officials on Thursday alerted members and their offices to “remain vigilant” and to report any suspicious activity in light of news of the break-ins over the last month into at least three lawmakers’ offices and several committee offices.
The “Dear Colleague” letter from House Administration Committee Chairman Dan Lungren, R-Calif., and ranking member Robert Brady, D-Pa., also assures members that U.S. Capitol Police “has taken immediate action to increase surveillance and police patrol activity throughout the House office buildings.”
OMG I about fell out of my chair laughing.
report any suspicious activity